Covering a distance of 500 miles, the Daytona is a epic endurance race carrying the largest purse on the NASCAR calendar…
As India prepares to host the inaugural Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix taking place on 28-30 October 2011, President and CEO of Formula One Management, Bernie Ecclestone, has been reported as saying that F1 authorities are happy with the progress at the newly constructed Buddh circuit located outside New Delhi.
Comparing NASCAR and F1 racing is a popular topic on the Internet. NASCAR is simple. All left turning in bulky, simple cars. F1 is complex. Left and right turning in sleek, technologically sophisticated cars. NASCAR is rough and tumble. Bumping and jostling add to the excitement. F1 is refined and elegant. Contact between cars spoils the precise aerodynamics and handling. As for the drivers, it is said that the best race in F1 and the rest race elsewhere. The comparisons by bloggers and racing analysts, no matter how erroneous, go on and on.
Promoted as the world’s biggest classic racing festival, the Silverstone Classic is set to take place on 23-25 July 2010 at the renowned Silverstone Circuit between the Northamptonshire villages of Whittlebury and Silverstone in England.
The Formula 1 season kicks off in Bahrain. The race consists of 57 laps around a 5.412 km circuit, totaling 308.238 km. Practice sessions begin on Friday 12 March, with qualifying taking place on Saturday afternoon. Bahrain Grand Prix will then begin at 15h00 on Sunday 14 March 2010. Date: 14 March 2010 Venue: Bahrain […]