What is the Formula 1 Car Racing
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|League Description:||F1 car racing is another name for the Formula 1 car racing circuit. Some people mistake it for Indy one because of the similarity in the looks of the cars. However, this is a different class of sport and the regulations and rules are quite different. The highest class available in open-wheel racing is Formula 1.
This designation was made by the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile, or FIA. The FIA is the governing body over all types of car racing sports internationally. The term "formula" relates to the qualifications that the FIA has for a driver and an automobile to be allowed to participate in this circuit. There are many rules and regulations.
The Formula One circuit is made up of street car racing, which is referred to as the Grand Prix. One thing that is distinctly different about the Formula 1 racing circuit is that there are two championships at the end of the circuit: one for the automobile constructors and one for the drivers.
A race of this type is generally held on a specially built car race track or on a roadway. The road races are perhaps the most popular of the Formula 1 races; the most widely known being the Monaco Grand Prix.
Formula 1 racing involves vehicles that are modified for optimal performance. The speed that can be obtained in one of these cars can reach 360 mph. On corners, at high speeds, g-force is experienced. The constructors of the cars are members of the car racing team and they must follow a certain set of rules when putting the cars together; however, they are allowed some leeway to modify the aerodynamics, electronics, tires, and suspension to improve performance on the track.
Each of the Formula 1 car racing vehicles is considered to be a single seater. This means that there is no room provided for more than one seat, unlike the stock cars. There are a total of ten teams and twenty drivers each year who compete in the circuit.
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