This flashy European sport received a boost when the F1-focused Netflix series Drive to Survive debuted in 2019. Formula 1 has since set records, drawing its highest number of race attendees and TV viewers in 2022.
As Formula 1 wraps up its 2023 season in November, during its famed Abu Dhabi Grand Prix race, what’s in store for 2024? Let’s explore the Formula 1 2024 schedule and what the F1 2024 season has to offer.
You may view the Formula 1 offseason as a lull between the speed-fueled races your inner adrenaline junkie lives for. It’s anything but that. Formula 1 drivers are just as busy during the offseason as when the season commences in the spring. Their focus is simply different.
In a sport that continues to draw new fanatics worldwide thanks to its highly skilled drivers, captivating competitions, and push for innovation, let’s take a peek at what the F1 offseason schedule looks like.
Fernando Alonso can be rather polarizing. Depending upon who you ask, he’s either the greatest driver on the grid who deserves more championships, or he’s a toxic individual and creates chaos on teams.
Something I want to tackle here, however, is whether teams are better off once he leaves. This is a theory that’s been going around for a while now, and it touches on various parts of Alonso’s characteristics. This is especially important to consider as Fernando Alonso goes to Aston Martin in 2023. What I’ll do is look at each time Alonso left a team and how they did the following season, plus add some colorful commentary to each situation.
When the first Miami F1 race was announced last year in 2022, we knew we had to be there. In our minds, no other venue could match. Normally we are not beach vacationers, but when a Formula 1 race takes place close by, of course we have to be there!
We were even happier when we got the confirmation and support from CMC Motorsports to start the long journey to the Sunshine State, so we could finally get to know the American way of life and find out how it fits together with Formula 1.