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Where to watch the next race of the 2024 Formula 1 season Jonathan Burnett •


The battle for the 2024 Formula One World Drivers’ Championship was given a massive shake-up in Miami last weekend, as McLaren’s Lando Norris stormed home to win the first race of his career. Finishing ahead of defending champion Max Verstappen and Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, it was a race which could prove crucial in this season’s Championship standings. 

Verstappen may have finished atop the pile in both qualifying and the 19-lap sprint the day before the race but was beaten to top spot on the podium by Norris, who finished 7.612 seconds ahead of the Dutchman’s all-conquering Red Bull unit. 

Norris’ McLaren team-mate Oscar Piastri, meanwhile, had a mixed afternoon, recording the race’s fastest lap. However, as he finished outside the top 10 — dropping to 13th place in the pack despite qualifying to start sixth on the grid — he doesn’t receive the extra Championship point usually given to the driver with the fastest lap time.

Piastri fell so far back in the running due to a collision he had with Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz, who was penalised for his role in the incident with a five-second time penalty which saw his fourth-placed finish knocked down to fifth. 

That means that Red Bull’s Sergio Perez split up the two Ferraris of Leclerc and Perez, giving the Austrian team an easy few points to add to their Constructors’ Championship lead, which is already looking unassailable after one-two placing for Verstappen and Perez in four of the six races so far this season.

But after the first race of 2024 in which he’s been beaten fair-and-square (he withdrew during the Australian Grand Prix), Verstappen will be keen to get back to winning ways as soon as he possibly can, with the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix from Imola, Italy coming up next. 

Despite there being more races than ever before in 2024, the season is still spread out accordingly to leave a weekend’s break between almost every race. Therefore, after the Miami Grand Prix, there’s another week until the 20 drivers arrive in Imola for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix on Sunday, May 19

The Imola Circuit has only hosted the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, one of the newer races on the calendar, since 2020, but previously held the San Marino Grand Prix between 1981 and 2006. It’s the home of Ferrari, with the track being named after founders Enzo and Dino Ferrari, and as such is one of the most recognisable circuits on the F1 calendar. 

Following on from the Miami Grand Prix, there’s a weekend’s break ahead of the seventh race on the 2024 calendar. It’s the first of nine European meetings this year, with the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix getting underway from the Imola Circuit.

Raceweek begins with the first of three practice sessions on Friday, May 17, with qualifying taking place the following day and the race itself starting at 3:00 p.m. local time (CEST) on Sunday, May 19 2024. 

Here’s how to watch the race across selected areas of the world’s major regions:

We’re six races into a record-breaking 24 this season, with Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Japan, China and Miami all ticked off the list. The 20 competing drivers in 2024 now head to the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari 21, better known as the Imola Circuit, for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix on Sunday, May 19. 

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