Formula One World Championship


Formula One, also known as F1 is the highest class of single-seater auto racing approval by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) that began in 1950 and is the world’s most prestigious motor racing competition, as well as world’s most popular annual sporting series.

FIA Formula One World Championship calendar begins from early March in Melbourne and end on November in Abu Dhabi and spans 21 races in 21 countries across five continents each year. Formula One seasons consist of a series of races that are known as Grands Prix in which happen worldwide on the purpose-built circuits and on public roads. For the next Formula One World Championship 2020, there will be new exciting additional circuit as Vietnam will become the 34th country to participate in this prestigious competition with a race take place in the capital of Hanoi on 5 April. This exciting motor racing is not solely depending on the car technology but also on the sustainability strategy between the racers and constructors for the team to win the races. 

Point system is used to evaluate each race results and to determine two annual World Championship at the end of the Grand Prix seasons: World Driver Champion and World Constructors Champion. For years, the cars will underwent major changes to follows the regulations set by FIA for safety purposes. For 2020 Formula One Championship, the FIA has announced the major changes that involved new cars design and technology in which makes this racing competition more environmentally friendly.

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