F1 standings 2024: Updated driver and constructor points, results and schedule for every Formula One race

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After an utterly dominant campaign last year, Max Verstappen picked up where he left off as he claimed victory in Bahrain to kickstart the 2024 Formula 1 season.

Jeddah then saw Verstappen qualify in pole position for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix and largely dominated from start to finish despite a brief spell in first for Lando Norris behind a safety car. Sergio Perez secured second after an early battle with Ferrari's Charles Leclerc.

There was a shake-up in Melbourne, though, with Verstappen and Hamilton retiring early. Sainz went on to win, securing a Ferrari one-two alongside Charles Leclerc. Norris rounded out the podium.

However, Verstappen returned to the top of the podium in Japan, winning from pole for the 30th time in his career, before claiming back-to-back wins in China.

Looking for a third-straight win of the season, Verstappen couldn't continue his dominance as he was beaten by Norris in Miami when the McLaren driver won his first Formula One race of his career. Then, at Monaco, Charles Leclerc finally tasted victory at his home grand prix, closing the gap at the top of the drivers' standings.

Verstappen got back to winning ways in Canada, while there were also positive signs for Mercedes in that race, as they claimed the first podium of the year.

The Sporting News will keep you updated this season with the standings for both the Drivers' and Constructors' World Championships.

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F1 Drivers' World Championship 2024 standings, points

PositionDriverTeamPoints
1Max VerstappenRed Bull194
2Charles LeclercFerrari138
3Lando NorrisMcLaren131
4Carlos SainzFerrari108
5Sergio PerezRed Bull107
6Oscar PiastriMcLaren81
7George RussellMercedes69
8Lewis HamiltonMercdes55
9Fernando AlonsoAston Martin41
10Yuki TsunodaRB19
11Lance StrollAston Martin17
12Daniel RicciardoRB9
13Oliver BearmanFerrari6
14Nico HulkenbergHaas6
15Pierre GaslyAlpine3
16Alexander AlbonWilliams2
17Esteban OconAlpine2
18Kevin MagnussenHaas1
19Zhou GuanyuKick Sauber0
20Valtteri BottasKick Sauber0
21Logan SargeantWilliams0

F1 Constructors' Championship 2024 standings, points

PositionTeamPoints
1Red Bull301
2Ferrari252
3McLaren212
4Mercedes124
5Aston Martin58
6RB28
7Haas7
8Alpine5
9Williams2
10Kick Sauber0

F1 2024: Schedule, calendar

DateGrand PrixTrack
Feb. 29 - Mar. 2BahrainBahrain International Circuit
Mar. 7-9Saudi ArabiaJeddah Corniche Circuit
Mar. 22-24AustraliaMelbourne Grand Prix Circuit
Apr. 5-7JapanSuzuka International Racing Course
Apr. 19-21ChinaShanghai International Circuit
May 3-5MiamiMiami International Autodrome
May 17-19Emilia RomagnaAutodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
May 24-26MonacoCircuit de Monaco
Jun. 7-9CanadaCircuit Gilles-Villeneuve
Jun. 21-23SpainCircuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Jun. 28-30AustriaRed Bull Ring
Jul. 5-7United KingdomSilverstone Circuit
Jul. 19-21HungaryHungaroring
Jul. 26-28BelgiumCircuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Aug. 23-25NetherlandsCircuit Zandvoort
Aug. 30 - Sep. 1ItalyAutodromo Nazionale Monza
Sep. 13-15AzerbaijanBaku City Circuit
Sep. 20-22SingaporeMarina Bay Street Circuit
Oct. 18-20USACircuit of the Americas
Oct. 25-27MexicoAutodromo Hermanos Rodríguez
Nov. 1-3BrazilAutodromo Jose Carlos Pace
Nov. 21-23Las VegasLas Vegas Strip Circuit
Nov. 29 - Dec. 1QatarLusail International Circut
Dec. 6-8Abu DhabiYas Marina Circuit

F1 2024: Results, podiums

Bahrain Grand Prix: 1st: Verstappen, 2nd: Perez, 3rd: Sainz

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: 1st: Verstappen, 2nd: Perez, 3rd: Leclerc

Australian Grand Prix: 1st: Sainz, 2nd: Leclerc, 3rd: Norris

Japanese Grand Prix: 1st: Verstappen, 2nd: Perez, 3rd: Sainz

Chinese Grand Prix: 1st: Verstappen, 2nd: Norris, 3rd: Perez

Miami Grand Prix: 1st: Norris, 2nd: Verstappen, 3rd: Leclerc

Emilia Romagna Grand Prix: 1st: Verstappen, 2nd: Norris, 3rd: Leclerc

Monaco Grand Prix: 1st: Leclerc, 2nd: Piastri, 3rd: Sainz

Canadian Grand Prix: 1st: Verstappen, 2nd: Leclerc, 3rd: Norris 

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Joshua Mayne is a content producer for The Sporting News Australia.