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Australian Grand Prix 2024: Date, Time, Track Info, & Full F1 Schedule

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The 2024 Formula 1 season roars into high gear with the iconic Australian Grand Prix around the corner. The action-packed schedule and Albert Park’s exciting track promise thrills and spills. Whether you’re a seasoned F1 fan or a curious newcomer, we’ve got all the essentials to get you prepared for this unmissable event.

When is the next F1 race and where is it being held?

What to Expect: The Australian Grand Prix

  • Dates to Remember
  • Mark your calendars! The Australian Grand Prix runs from March 22nd to 24th, 2024. The main race kicks off at 3 pm local time (4 am GMT) on Sunday, March 24th.
  • The Track
  • Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne: Get familiar with this revamped street circuit, known for its high-speed zones, challenging corners, and four DRS zones designed to maximize overtaking opportunities.
  • Homegrown Heroes
  • Aussie fans, get ready to cheer on not one, but two homegrown talents – Oscar Piastri and Daniel Ricciardo.
  • No Sprint Race: 
  • The Australian GP will follow the traditional race weekend format, so no Sprint race this time around.

Key F1 2024 Schedule Info

  • F1 Session Times: 
  • [All times local, GMT in brackets]
  • Friday 22 March
  • FP1: 12.30pm-1.30pm [1.30am-2.30am]
  • FP2: 4pm-5pm [5am-6am]
  • Saturday 23 March
  • FP3: 12.30pm-1.30pm [1.30am-2.30am]
  • Qualifying: 4pm-5pm [5am-6am]
  • Sunday 24 March
  • Race: 3pm [4am] [58 laps or 120 minutes]
  • Which races are on the F1 2024 schedule?
  • Round 3: Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne, March 22-24
  • Round 4: Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka, April 5-7
  • Round 5: Chinese Grand Prix, Shanghai, April 19-21*
  • Round 6: Miami Grand Prix, Miami, May 3-5*
  • Round 7: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Imola, May 17-19
  • Round 8: Monaco Grand Prix, Monte Carlo, May 24-26
  • Round 9: Canadian Grand Prix, Montreal, June 7-9
  • Round 10: Spanish Grand Prix, Barcelona, June 21-23
  • Round 11: Austrian Grand Prix, Spielberg, June 28-30*
  • Round 12: British Grand Prix, Silverstone, July 5-7
  • Round 13: Hungarian Grand Prix, Budapest, July 19-21
  • Round 14: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps, July 26-28
  • Round 15: Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, August 23-25
  • Round 16: Italian Grand Prix, Monza, August 30 – September 1
  • Round 17: Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Baku, September 13-15
  • Round 18: Singapore Grand Prix, Marina Bay, September 20-22
  • Round 19: United States Grand Prix, Austin, October 18-20*
  • Round 20: Mexico City Grand Prix, Mexico City, October 25-27
  • Round 21: Sao Paulo Grand Prix, Interlagos, November 1-3*
  • Round 22: Las Vegas Grand Prix, Las Vegas, November 21-23
  • Round 23: Qatar Grand Prix, Lusail, November 29 – December 1*
  • Round 24: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Yas Marina, December 6-8
  • [* – Denotes F1 Sprint weekend]
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