The tenth season of the F4 Chinese Championship gets underway this month, with the 5-round schedule featuring returning circuits as well as a brand-new venue for the series. Asian Motorsport details all you need to know about where the drivers will be racing this year.

By Seb Tirado

Round 1 – Shanghai International Circuit

In 2019, the championship first supported the Chinese Grand Prix | Credit: F4 Chinese Championship

The 2024 season gets underway on April 19th at the Shanghai International Circuit, in support of the Formula One Chinese Grand Prix. This will be the first time that the F4 Chinese Championship will race at the 5.451km circuit since 2019, where it also served as the season-opener.

Round 2 – Chengdu Tianfu International Circuit

On the 24th of May, the drivers will face a new challenge with a standalone event at the newly constructed Chengdu Tianfu International Circuit in the province of Sichuan. The 3.265km FIA Grade 2 circuit features 19 corners with 12 to the left and 7 to the right.

Round 3 – Ningbo International Circuit

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The drivers will return to the Ningbo International Circuit in the province of Zhejiang on June 28th, supporting the GT Sprint Challenge. The 4.015km circuit has featured on the calendar every year since 2017, bar 2020.

Round 4 – Shanghai International Circuit

After a long break, the championship will return to the Shanghai International Circuit on September 13th as part of the support bill for GT World Challenge Asia.

Round 5 – Zhuhai International Circuit

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The final round will be held from October 18th at the Zhuhai International Circuit in the province of Guangdong, again supporting the GT Sprint Challenge. The 4.319km circuit last hosted the final round of the season in 2016.

Invitational round – Macau Grand Prix

From 2020 to 2022, the championship was the headline event of the Macau Grand Prix | Credit: Macau Grand Prix

In addition to the main 5 rounds, the F4 Chinese Championship will also return to the Guia Circuit in Macau for the first time since 2022. The championship’s races will form part of the schedule for the 2024 Macau Grand Prix from November 14th.

Header image credit: F4 Chinese Championship 

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