The Barcelona circuit will once again host the Prologue (8-10 April) as well as the first round of the season (12-14 April). The 4 Hours of Le Castellet in France (3-5 May) is scheduled one month before the 2024 24 Hours of Le Mans, followed by the 4 Hours of Imola (5-7 July) and 4 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps (23-25 August).
The first-ever running of the 4 Hours of Mugello will be held on 27-29 September. The season finale will again take place at the circuit in Portugal, but this time the 4 Hours of Portimão (18-20 October) will hit the track at night!
The Provisional 2024 European Le Mans Series Calendar:
- 8-10 April | Prologue
- 12-14 April | 4 Hours of Barcelona (Spain)
- 3-5 May | 4 Hours of Le Castellet (France)
- 5-7 July | 4 Hours of Imola (Italy)
- 23-25 August | 4 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium)
- 27-29 September | 4 Hours of Mugello (Italy)
- 17-19 October | 4 Hours of Portimão (Portugal)
Pierre Fillon, President of the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO): "The European Le Mans Series is an essential competition in the endurance pyramid. This increasingly ambitious championship has programmed an intense 2024 season at the most prestigious circuits on the continent. Teams and drivers will be keen to win a coveted invitation to the 2025 24 Hours of Le Mans."
Frédéric Lequien, Le Mans Endurance Management (LMEM) CEO: “The addition of Mugello to the 2024 European Le Mans Series calendar is very welcome and the Italian circuit joins an ever-growing list of top European circuits that have hosted an ELMS race. Each venue offers a unique challenge for our teams and drivers, while providing exciting racing for our many fans to enjoy, either at the circuit or watching from home. We are pleased to announce the 2024 season will conclude with a night race in Portimão. We look forward to welcoming all our competitors, partners, fans and the media in 2024."