A Grid refers to the position on the race track that the racers would start their race with. The person starting first is said to be on Pole Position or No. 1 position. To determine the position in which the drivers would start their race, usually on Saturdays a qualifying event is held. During this, the drivers have to drive as fast as they can around the track for one fast lap and the driver who can set the fastest time would start on Pole. This includes a number of other rules and criterion but in short, the fastest driver during qualifying starts on pole during the race on Sunday.
Ferrari began racing in Formula 1 in 1950, the inaugural season.
Types of car racing include: * drag racing * formula 1 racing * nascar racing * street racing
The sport of auto racing.
Formula 1 was invented in Great Briton.
DRS in Formula 1 mean Drag Reduction Ssystem.
there is no copilot in formula racing.
To see who is the fastest driver.
Michael and Ralph race in the Formula 1 racing series.
Racing cars such as those in Formula 1 racing do not have speedometers