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F1 Academy 2024 calendar out

F1 Academy 2024 calendar out

October 30, 2023

F1 Academy has released the calendar for 2024 which will see seven races in the calendar. After its debut season in 2023, the second season of the all-women’s racing series will have seven-rounds, starting with the race in Saudi Arabia in March and finishing with the Abu Dhabi race in December. The upcoming season will also have races in Miami, Qatar and Singapore for the first time with Barcelona and Zandvoort returning. 

F1 Academy 2024 calendar

Susie Wolff, Managing Director of F1 Academy, commented,

“I am delighted to announce our seven-round season for 2024. This calendar cements our ambition to become a truly global series, expanding our reach and improving visibility for our mission. We want to inspire young girls and women across the globe and show them that there’s a place for them in our sport, and racing alongside F1 will help us achieve this.

‘I want to thank all seven promoters for supporting us in our mission and embarking on this journey with us in 2024.”

Stefano Domenicali, President and CEO of Formula One, said,

“It is fantastic to welcome F1 Academy onto seven rounds of the F1 calendar next year. This global platform, combined with the support of all 10 F1 teams, will take the series to the next level, providing not only the opportunity for the drivers to develop their skills on F1 tracks, but to inspire young girls around the world to pursue a future in motorsport.

‘I want to thank our promoters, our F1 teams, and the wider motorsport community for their support of F1 Academy as we move towards our exciting second season.”

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Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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