Racing Events

8 of the world’s most fierce automobile race (Part 3)

Formula 1 – F1

F1 has been recognized as the fastest and most expensive racing mode in the world so far. The race has always become a big event, with millions of followers, though the race is held in any country on earth.

The first F1 season was held in 1950 and has been going on ever since.

Vehicles participating in this racing mode are applied the latest technology and can reach speeds up to 384 km/h.

Daytona 500 – NASCAR

With the same 500-mile (800-kilometer) race as the Indy 500, the Daytona 500 conducts the “The Great American Race” in the first place to select the winner for the most important course. This race is strictly controlled in terms of safety and competitive factors due to the long race track and sharp turns. The Daytona 500 is currently the most attractive race in the US.

NASCAR racing cars must be made in the US, subject to limits that make their performance almost similar. On this track, riders are allowed to do everything to win, including crashing the opponent’s car –

There is a shorter total racing time than many other races but 24 Hours of Le Mans is one of the most intense arenas when racing Must operate continuously without stopping for 24 hours. This race was first held in 1923 near the town of Le Mans (France) and currently has many different racing grades with certain standards of performance. Tracks of The Le Mans tournament is comprised of both specialized and conventional roads. Due to the 24-hour non-stop playing time, teams can change riders every 2 hours but the car also has to run 2 hours continuously to be refueled.

24 Hours of Le Mans – Le Mans

There is a shorter total racing time than many other races but 24 Hours of Le Mans is one of the most fierce arenas when racing cars must operate continuously without stopping for 24 hours. This race was first held in 1923 near the town of Le Mans (France) and currently has many different racing grades with certain standards of performance.

The race track of Le Mans includes both dedicated and conventional roads.

Due to the 24-hour non-stop playing time, teams can change riders every 2 hours but the car must also run 2 hours continuously to be refueled.

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