Formula One Racing Grand Prix Circuits
Formula One racing evolved from early European Grand Prix racing. These early races here held on public streets and some of the current Grand Prix races continue to be held on them. Due to safety concerns associated with street racing, most Formula One racing events are held on circuits designed to meet the specific high performance demands of Formula One racecars.
The Basics of Formula One Racing
Formula One racing is a weekend event with two practice sessions on Friday, a practice session and qualifying on Saturday, and the race on Sunday. The practice sessions are used for drivers to familiarize themselves with the track and for the crew to make any necessary adjustments to the car. The qualifying is used to determine the way the cars will start in the race.
All About Formula One Racing Event Weekends
The Formula One racing World Championship season is held annually from early spring through fall. Races are held at locations around the world but each race weekend follows the same pattern.