Types of car racing include: * drag racing * formula 1 racing * nascar racing * street racing
Worldwide Formula 1 is far more popular.
Racing cars such as those in Formula 1 racing do not have speedometers
No. It is a Motor Racing (Car) sport
It depends where they are racing at
The Indianapolis 500 the top level of American Championship Car racing, an open-wheel formula better known as "Indy Car Racing."
yes it is a sport it is actually very popular
Motor car racing
You have to know aerodynamics and be working for the teams.
To assure no one added special equipment during a pit stop. There are regulations in Formula One racing
The engine is named Renault RS27
Popular sports in France's past are 99% identical to the ones that are popular now: A. Soccer (football); B. Cycling; C. Formula 1 auto racing and all types of car racing; D. Tennis
Somewhere in the vicinity of 5 seconds.
Formula One race cars are constructed primarily of Carbon Fiber.
The fastest recorded speed of a Formula 1 car during a race was 369.9 km/h (229.8 mph)
Michael Schumacher with: Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro.
Alessandro Zanardi was a Formula 1 driver before, and he has lost his two legs in a race, but it was IRL, not F1.
A small answer to an overwhelmingly huge question. Formula 1 traditionally (since 1946) is a specification of engine displacement, weight, and vehicle size. From 1901 until WW2 the roots of Formula 1 were laid By "Grand Prix" racing. Why it is called that is complicated. The first car did not "Develop" into a Formula 1 car.
Ferrari began racing in Formula 1 in 1950, the inaugural season.
A racing stock car generally costs $125,000-$150,000. A Formula 1 car is closer to $7 million.
Top speed is 220 MPH and the engines rev up to 18,000 RPM.