Formula One Races
The exhilarating motor sport of Formula One Racing has captured the hearts and minds of thousands all over the world. This high-ranking form of motor racing is considered by many to be the most difficult and dangerous. It is also a premier form of motor sport – one in which the drivers have to work their way up through the various ranks of racing in order to be deemed worthy to compete as a Formula One driver. Almost every facet of the sport is expensive, and many drivers consider it a privilege to be chosen by certain top-rated F1 teams. However the term ‘money makes money’ is certainly true of the sport and companies and teams know that winning is pivotal to success and longevity. Thus, Formula One races are organised into a number of Grand Prixs which are held across the globe each year. Teams may choose to compete at only local Grand Prix events, but the chances of success and prestige are increased when they tackle as many Grand Prixs as possible. In addition, top drivers prefer to race for teams which will give them the chance to race as much as possible – especially since it will mean that they can compete for the much coveted “World Championship” prize. Winning such a prize is not only beneficial for the driver – but also for the team responsible for producing and supporting the car carrying the driver accross the finish line. This further increases the team’s prestige, sponsorship and support and ensures their longevity.
If you are Formula One fan, you will already be aware of the fact that there are dozens of Grand Prixs held each year in virtually every corner of the globe. Teams may travel to different continents as they race at the various Grand Prixs held in different countries. European events such as the Monaco Grand Prix, the Belgian Grand Prix, the Italian Grand Prix, the Hungarian Grand Prix, the German Grand Prix, the French Grand Prix, the Spanish Grand Prix, the San Marino Grand Prix and the British Grand Prix enjoy broad coverage. Further afield, the Malaysian Grand Prix, the Chinese and Japanese Grand Prix, the Australian Grand Prix and the South African Grand Prix also enjoy good support. In the Americas, the Canadian Grand Prix and the US Grand Prix take top priority. Why not find out more about each of these great races by looking at the brief description we have listed on our site?