F1 Constructors Championship 2024: Everything You Need to Know

Updated: 909 Motor Racing

We look ahead to the F1 Constructors Championship, Red Bull broke records in 2023 winning 19 of the 22 races, can any of the other teams challenge them in 2024?

F1 Constructors Championship 2024: Everything You Need to Know
Andy Powell Content Editor

Horse Racing stats man, Andy has contributed to OLBG for 18 years - An Ipswich fan and F1 fanatic, he also contributes EFL football and Motor Sport opinion.

F1 Constructors Championship


In this blog, we will be looking at the 2024 F1 Constructors Championship where Red Bull heads into the season looking to make it back-to-back-to-back championships but will have Ferrari and Mercedes to contend with.

Here is what we have covered in this blog:

2024 Formula 1 Constructors Championship Tips

Whether you are planning on following a certain constructor or a driver for the 2024 season then make sure to see what our tipsters are predicting for each GP.

Over on the F1 Betting Picks page, you will find the F1 betting predictions for every Grand Prix over the season where our F1 tipsters share their opinions.

Additionally, we have a Best F1 Tipsters page, here we only show the profitable F1 tipsters, these are the ones who have shown a profit over the past year for their motor racing predictions.

If you fancy yourself as an F1 Tipster, then why not get involved with the monthly F1 tipping competition to be in with a chance of winning some cash prizes?

It is completely free to enter, just simply sign up and start adding your predictions to see if you have what is needed to win some of the monthly cash prizes!

In addition, you may also be interested in our F1 Drivers Championship blog where we look at the driver's championship for this season.

2024 Formula 1 Constructors Championship Preview

There are not too many changes for F1 fans to get their heads around for the new season, in terms of tyres, the alternative tyre allocation which was experimented with during the 2023 season at both the Hungarian and Italian Grand Prix has been thrown out of the window. It was initially trialled as a cost-cutting experiment where teams only used 11 instead of 13 sets of tyres, it will be thirteen sets used at every GP this season.

The other change will come with the 'Sprint Weekends' which are the marmite of the F1, some love them, some hate them and the drivers have been calling for changes. For 2024, sprint qualification will take place on Friday along with free practice, the sprint race will then take place on Saturday before the qualification for the main race.

F1 Drivers Championship Preview & Betting Guide
ALSO READ

F1 Drivers Championship Preview & Betting Guide

Logan Sargeant, the last to be announced retains his seat at Williams which means the 2024 lineup will be as we finished 2023. The only change from the start of the 2023 season is Daniel Ricciardo replacing Nyck de Vries, a seat he took up after ten rounds last year.

The entrant under Sauber after they split from Alfa Romeo after the 2023 season with Alfa leaving F1 have now been rebranded as Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber.

Another team that will undergo a rebrand is AlphaTauri, with the team being moved to Milton Keynes they are now known as 'Visa Cash App RB F1 Team' whilst Aston Martin will no longer carry 'Cognizant' in their name.

Formula 1 Constructors Championship 2024 17 Jun @ 09:55 - Win Tournament
Red Bull 1.17
Ferrari 8.00
McLaren 10.00
Mercedes 501.00
Visa Cash App RB 4501.00
Alpine 5001.00
Williams 5001.00
Sauber 5001.00
Haas 5001.00
Aston Martin 5001.00

2024 F1 Calendar & Winners

Here is the schedule for the 2024 season, this season will consist of twenty-three rounds which will be updated with the winning constructors as the season goes on.

Round Date Grand Prix Constructor
1 2 Mar Bahrain GP Red Bull Racing
2 9 Mar Saudi Arabian GP Red Bull Racing
3 24 Mar Australian GP Ferrari
4 7 Apr Japanese GP Red Bull Racing
5 21 Apr Chinese GP Red Bull Racing
6 5 May Miami GP McLaren
7 19 May Emilia Romagna GP Red Bull Racing
8 26 May Monaco GP Ferrari
9 9 Jun Canadian GP Red Bull Racing
Share

2024 Constructor Standings

The main question for 2024 is can any of the other teams close the gap on Red Bull, surely they cannot repeat their dominance in 2024.

Here are the current constructor standings:

Rank Constructor Poles Fast Laps Wins Points
1 Red Bull Racing 7 2 6 301
2 Ferrari 1 2 2 252
3 McLaren 0 1 1 212
4 Mercedes 1 3 0 124
5 Aston Martin 0 1 0 58
6 RB F1 Team 0 0 0 28
7 Haas 0 0 0 7
8 Alpine 0 0 0 5
9 Williams Racing 0 0 0 2
10 Kick Sauber 0 0 0 0
Share

2023 Constructors Recap

Red Bull headed into 2023 looking to defend their title and could not have made a better start with a 1-2 in the opening Bahrain Grand Prix, Max winning and Sergio in second and that was a sign of things to come in 2023!

The first race that the Red Bull team failed to win was the Singapore Grand Prix, which was round 15 of the season! They went to Japan a round later and sealed the Constructors Championship with six races to spare.

They eventually went on to win twenty-one of the twenty-two rounds, Carlos Sainz's win in Singapore was the only race in 2023 that Red Bull did not win in one of the most dominating seasons in the constructor's title you will see.

Aston Martin started strong but tailed off, McLaren had a shocking start but got their act together eventually whilst Mercedes and Ferrari just had no answer to the Red Bull cars.

2024 Formula 1 Teams

Alpine-Renault

  • Entrant: BWT Alpine F1 Team
  • Based: UK
  • Power Unit: Renault
  • No. 1 Driver: Pierre Gasly
  • No. 2 Driver: Esteban Ocon

Aston Martin Aramco-Mercedes

  • Entrant: Aston Martin Aramco F1 Team
  • Based: UK
  • Power Unit: Mercedes
  • No. 1 Driver: Fernando Alonso
  • No. 2 Driver: Lance Stroll

Ferrari

  • Entrant: Scuderia Ferrari
  • Based: Italy
  • Power Unit: Ferrari
  • No. 1 Driver: Charles Leclerc
  • No. 2 Driver: Carlos Sainz Jr.

Haas-Ferrari

  • Entrant: MoneyGram Haas F1 Team
  • Based: USA
  • Power Unit: Ferrari
  • No. 1 Driver: Kevin Magnussen
  • No. 2 Driver: Nico Hülkenberg

Kick Sauber-Ferrari

  • Entrant: Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber
  • Based: Switzerland
  • Power Unit: Ferrari
  • No. 1 Driver: Valtteri Bottas
  • No. 2 Driver: Guanyu Zhou

McLaren-Mercedes

  • Entrant: McLaren F1 Team
  • Based: UK
  • Power Unit: Mercedes
  • No. 1 Driver: Lando Norris
  • No. 2 Driver: Oscar Piastri

Mercedes

  • Entrant: Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team
  • Based: Germany
  • Power Unit: Mercedes
  • No. 1 Driver: Lewis Hamilton
  • No. 2 Driver: George Russell

RB-Honda RBPT

  • Entrant: Visa Cash App RB F1 Team
  • Based: Italy
  • Power Unit: Honda
  • No. 1 Driver: Yuki Tsunoda
  • No. 2 Driver: Daniel Ricciardo

Red Bull Racing-Honda RBPT

  • Entrant: Oracle Red Bull Racing
  • Based: Austria
  • Power Unit: Honda
  • No. 1 Driver: Max Verstappen
  • No. 2 Driver: Sergio Pérez

Williams-Mercedes

  • Entrant: Williams Racing
  • Based: UK
  • Power Unit: Mercedes
  • No. 1 Driver: Alexander Albon
  • No. 2 Driver: Logan Sargeant

Contributor Details

Andy Powell manages all of our Motor Racing content as a huge F1 and Speedway fan, giving up much of his weekend to watching the action unfold in qualifying and betting on the various potential outcomes as well as managing the Motor Racing Tips and Tipsters in the competition. Ably assisting with the data collection as necessary is our Data Scientist on the expert team, Dan Tracey.

Dan Tracey

Dan Tracey

Data scientist and football editor

Dan Tracey is a multi-talented writer, data analyst and podcaster whose six-year career in the sports data sphere has seen incredible successes. From helping UEFA create their annual technical reports to writing articles for Sports Betting Websites including sites like TheLinesUS and Goal - there's no shortage of areas where his expertise shines through!
Andy Powell

Andy Powell

Content editor

🏎️🏁 Outside of horse racing and football, Andy also enjoys spending his weekends following Formula 1. His dedication is such that he doesn't mind setting alarms for odd hours to catch both qualifying sessions and the races.

No Comments

There are no comments here. Be the first to comment...

Keep Reading

By using this site you confirm you are 18+ and consent to our use of cookies and processing of personal data as set out in our Privacy Policy
Got it!