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Formula One is the premier class in international auto-racing. F1 can trace its history all the way back to the early 1900’s in Europe, but with Grand Prix’s stretching 4 contents, it has evolved into one of the most celebrated international sports in the world. The “formula” is the set of rules that each F1 team must follow in the construction of their cars. F1 is notorious for pushing this constantly evolving set of rules to the limit, and the innovation that comes out of Formula 1 has been incredibly influential in the automotive industry for almost a century. The top teams on the F1 circuit are at the absolute pinnacle of current automotive technology, and because of this, Formula 1 cars are the fastest road course cars in the world.

The chase for the Formula 1 World Championship is broken down into two categories. The F1 Constructor Championship, which is awarded each season to the team that finishes with the most combined points, and the F1 Drivers’ championship, which is awarded to the individual driver with the most accumulated points over the course of the F1 season.

Top Formula 1 Races

Monaco Grand Prix - One of the most important and prestigious automotive races in the world, the Monaco Grand Prix is the most anticipated race of the Formula 1 Schedule. First contested in 1929, the Monaco Grand Prix is contested on the streets of Monaco. It is the only race on the F1 schedule that does not adhere to the FIA’s 190 mile minimum race distance, and it is one of the few races in the world that is held on city streets. With narrow streets, major elevation changes, and even a tunnel, the Monaco Grand Prix is Formula 1 at its very best, and the glamor and buzz around the race rivals any sporting event in the world.

U.S. Grand Prix - Formula 1 racing returned to the United States in 2012 with the U.S. Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas. COTA is the first and only track in the United States to be purpose built for Formula 1. It is one of the newest courses on the F1 schedule and the U.S. Grand Prix has quickly become a favorite for fans and drivers from all over the world. The U.S. Grand Prix is famous for having a track that widens at the corners, encouraging drivers to take multiple racing lines allowing drivers to overtake each other in the corners.

Last updated: Oct 5 2018