Formula One series, also known as F1, originated with the European Grand Prix Motor Racing (q.v. for pre-1947 history) of the 1920s and 1930s. The sport has undergone many changes in its rules and substantial “formula” after World War II. The FIA Formula One World Championship has been the premier form of racing since the inaugural season in 1950, although other Formula One races were regularly held until 1983.
There is a lot to learn about the Formula One racing season today, as it has become a dynamic series of races. Each race of the Formula One season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix as the English language means Grand Prizes. The Grand Prix was held on a combination of schemes based on the purpose and public roads. The results of each of these small races in the Grand Prix used to determine two annual World Championships, one for drivers and one for constructors.
Cars can go as fast as 360 km/h (220 miles per hour), and lateral acceleration to reach more than 5 g in corners. Performance cars said to be strongly dependent on the aerodynamics, suspension and tires. Aerodynamics has become a key component for Formula One racing cars, that tens of millions of dollars on research into new technologies put teams every year in this sector. Aerodynamics are considered in every aspect of a Formula One car – a form of suspension links, while the driver’s helmet. Researchers are constantly worried about two things when it comes to aerodynamics: the definition of force and drag. Create downforce pushing the car tire on the road, to improve the ability of the car cornering forces. Reducing the sliding speed of the vehicle contributes to the increase caused by the turbulence.
Formula One racing has come a long way since its inception in the early twentieth century. Development and growth of the sport, the company sport itself into a billion dollars, and the number of Grand Prix will take place today, are proof of the growing popularity of the sport.
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