FIA Formula 2 announce the calendar for the 2024 FIA Formula 2 Championship. Next season will comprise a total of 14 rounds, all support events of the FIA Formula One World Championship. The eleven teams and 22 drivers will contest a total of 28 races across 13 countries, with a new venue added to the calendar as Formula 2 will go to Qatar for the very first time.

The eighth season of Formula 2 will open at the Bahrain International Circuit on February 29 – March 02, before heading to the Jeddah Corniche Circuit for Round 2 the following week on March 07-09. Melbourne, Australia will conclude the month of March with the third round of the season on March 22-24.

The campaign will pick up in Europe, with back-to-back race weekends, first in Imola, Emilia Romagna on May 17-19, followed by Monte Carlo, Monaco on May 23-26. The action will carry on with a triple-header that will start on June 21-23 in Barcelona, Spain. The paddock will then travel to Spielberg, Austria on June 28-30, before ending three weeks of racing in Silverstone, UK on July 05-07.

A double-header will come next, starting with Budapest, Hungary on July 19-21, followed by Round 10 in Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, on July 26-28.

After a summer break, the field will return to Monza, Italy on August 30 – September 01, before flying to Baku, Azerbaijan on September 13-15. Round 13 will take place in Qatar on November 29 – December 01, a new circuit for F2, while the season will finally conclude at the Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi on December 06-08.

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Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula 1, said: “It is fantastic to announce such an exciting F2 calendar for 2024, following on from the 24 race calendar we announced for Formula 1 a few weeks ago. The breadth of venues and the addition of Qatar is another sign of the strength and interest in F2 globally and the talent we have in the Championship is very positive for the future. The Championship is delivering exciting racing at every event for all our fans and that is a tribute to the work of Bruno, his team and all the competitors across the grid. I would also like to thank the FIA for their collaboration on this fantastic championship, and our long-standing partners Pirelli, Dallara and Mecachrome for their continued support. We are all looking forward to the rest of the season and crowning the 2023 Champion.”

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem said: “The 2024 FIA Formula 2 Championship calendar, which has today been approved by the World Motor Sport Council, ensures another exciting season of racing on some of the most iconic and challenging circuits around the world. As the final stepping stone before the pinnacle of single-seater motor sport, Formula 2 is a hugely important championship that creates intense competition, and its success is the result of the strong collaboration between the FIA team, the promoter and all of the teams, which I look forward to seeing continue into 2024 and beyond.”

FIA Formula 2 CEO Bruno Michel said: “I’m very pleased to announce that there will be fourteen rounds and 28 races on the Formula 2 calendar in 2024. For next year, we will race in Qatar, which is a very exciting new venue. The final leg of the season will see Baku, Qatar and Abu Dhabi after the race weekend in Monza, making the 2024 calendar more balanced. We keep receiving interest from many promoters, and it’s great that we can add new tracks every season. Even though there will be more fly-away events in 2024, we continue to ensure the teams’ budget remains at a proper level.”