F1 our Formula1 is considered to be the pinnacle of motorsport. The Everest of it, if you may. F1 is one of the fastest, most demanding, and one of the costliest sports in the world, earning it the nickname of the ‘Costliest Travelling Circus’. Tune in to read more!.
How exactly does F1 work? What is a Race weekend and what happens in an F1 Season? We’ll be talking all about it and more on this part of All About F1. Happy Reading!!.
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday are the most interesting days of Race Week. Starting from Friday with 2 free practice sessions – FP1 and FP2, moving on to Saturday with a Free Practice Session followed by the Qualification for the Main Race on Sunday. Read on to find out about what actually happens of these 3 days!.
Saturday is one of the most important days of a race weekend as this day decides the order for the main race on Sunday. How exactly does it go through? What are Sprint Qualifications that were introduced this year and what other rules are the drivers required to follow after a qualification? Read on to find out!.
Sunday is Race Day, the final and the most anticipated day of the whole week. Tracks are usually sold out. Fans, media, and ardent fans from all over the world travel from around the world to witness and follow these super exciting races. Race tickets and flight tickets are booked months in advance and the countries and tracks start preparing themselves for the races. When the Dutch Grand Prix was held this year at the Zandvoort Circuit, the ever-enthusiastic Dutch changed their Speed limit signs from 30 to 33 in support of Max Verstappen from the Red Bull Honda F1 Racing Team! But what happens during an F1 Race and how is it conducted? What are some of the rules the drivers have to follow during the race? Read on to find out!.