calendar and dates of the 14 Grands Prix

Isack Hadjar has already proven in Australia that he must be counted on this year in the general ranking of Formula 2. The Frenchman dominated the Melbourne race and hopes to win everything.

Isack Hadjar on the podium in Australia

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What to expect this Formula 2 season?

After already 3 exciting races and a break of almost two months, the drivers will be back for the rest of the Formula 2 season in Italy. The next race will take place on May 19 in Imola on the Enzo e Dino Ferrari racetrackthen the drivers will meet in Monaco a week later, on May 26, on the Monte Carlo circuit. There will be a break again but this time much shorter, around a month, for a return on June 23 to Spain at the Catalunya circuit in Barcelona. Heading to Austria on June 30 on the Red Bull Ring then the United Kingdom on July 7 with Silverstone. Hungary and Belgium will host, respectively, the last two weekends of Formula 2 before a well-deserved vacation for our drivers.

Back from break, what next?

A return to competition on September 1 in Italy in Monza this time then Baku on September 15 in Azerbaijan before flying off in December for the last two races of the season. The penultimate race will also mark the entry of the Losail circuit into the Formula 2 calendar on December 1, and the season will end in Abu Dhabi on December 8 on the Yas Marina circuit.

Beautiful view of Jeddah from the circuit

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The 2024 calendar for the Sprint season

This 2024 Formula 2 season is no exception to the rule and as in 2023, it will also include races in Sprint format during each GP stage. These sprint races take place one day before the Grand Prix, therefore every Saturday. They allow you to earn points for the general classification.

The Formula 2 racing calendar for the 2024 season:

  • Bahrain Grand Prix (February 29 to March 2)

  • Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (March 7-9)

  • Australian Grand Prix (March 22-24)

  • Grand Prix of Emile-Romagna (May 17 to 19)

  • Monaco Grand Prix (May 23 to 26)

  • Spanish Grand Prix (June 21 to 23)

  • Austrian Grand Prix (June 28-30)

  • British Grand Prix (July 5 to 7)

  • Hungarian Grand Prix (July 19 to 21)

  • Belgian Grand Prix (July 26 to 28)

  • Italian Grand Prix (August 30 to September 1)

  • Azerbaijan Grand Prix (September 13-15)

  • Qatar Grand Prix (November 29 to December 1)

  • Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (December 6-8)

You now have all the information you need to best follow Isack Hadjar’s 2024 Formula 2 season.



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