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Formula 1 - Recent and the History

Formula 1 racing is an exhilarating motorsport that is well-known in almost every country. The sport entails a competitive motor facing match between riders in an internal high-power, fossil fuel-powered sports car. Contrary to Formula E sports, Formula 1 (Formula One) has grown to include numerous events known as Grand Prix. The World Championship continues to be the goal after winning this Grand Prix. Motorsports fans are therefore curious about how to buy F1 tickets to watch the exciting sporting activity.

Here in this article, the specifics of Formula 1 races will be covered.

Formula 1: An Historical Journey

Before deciding on getting F1 motorsports tickets, a true fan must understand how Formula 1 originated. Just like Formula E and other motorsports competitions, Formula One originates from auto racing. Initially, auto racing displayed the wealth and affluence of the nobles in early Europe. However, this gradually drew into a popular sport by establishing auto racing regulatory bodies. These bodies birthed the idea of events like Formula E and Formula One Prix in countless countries.

Formula 1 racing dates back to the early 1900s in Europe, when people competed in motorsports using an automobile. Between 1931 and 1939, the Association Internationale des Automobile Clubs Reconnus (AIACR) restricted street racing in Europe, similar to the Formula 1 World Championship. Several attempts in the 1930s and 1940s to combine races into a single championship were thwarted by World War II. The Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) created a championship for talented riders by formulating its regulations in 1946. In 1950, the first Formula One race was held in Silverstone, England. Regardless of the fact that England hosted the first approved race, the origins of Formula One cannot be traced back to a single country because drivers from various States participated in the Silverstone Grand Prix.

Gradually, the Formula One Grand Prix became the aim of skilled drivers as the sport extended to Africa in 1958 via the Morocco Grand Prix. Formula One is however not fully interested in the entertainment of individuals but also in the safety of its riders. The aim for "players’ safety" was officially realized in 1992 by introducing safety cars.

Over the years, Formula One has been graced by the participation of skilled sport car riders such as:

● Niki Lauda

● James Hunt

● Michael Schumacher

● Ayrton Senna and many others.

How is Formula 1 played?

Being a fast track racing game, Formula 1 involves fast wheeled car racers competing for the top place in World Championship on temporary street race tracks. Usually, the racers are part of a technical team that designs and builds their sports car, which must comply with technical regulations set by the sport's governing body, the FIA. In most cases, the team members represent a particular automobile company.

During a race, drivers start from a grid in a predetermined order. This order is mostly determined by a pre-race match among top-ranking drivers. The racers must aim to complete a set number of laps around the race tracks as fast as they can possibly drive. The winner is the first racer to complete the laps, with podium positions awarded to the top three racers. Formula 1 also has a World Championship that runs across a season, with points awarded for each race based on the finishing position and the driver and team with the most points at the end of the season winning the respective championship titles.

Formula 1 Popular Events and race tracks

Formula 1, being a global auto sport, has innumerable racing events all over the world as well as race tracks. Here is a list of some popular F1 events and racing circuits.


● Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

● United States Grand Prix

● Canadian Grand Prix

● British Grand Prix

● Italian Grand Prix

● Monaco Grand Prix

● Singapore Grand Prix

● Australian Grand Prix

Racing Circuits

● Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium

● Silverstone Circuit, UK

● Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Canada

● Suzuka Circuit, Japan

● Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo

● Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy

● Circuit of the Americas, USA

● Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Spain

These are not, however, all the Formula 1 racing events and race tracks available.

Formula 1 2023 Edition

The 2023 racing edition of Formula One sport is one of the anticipated sporting events of the year. With its pre-season race taking place between the 23rd and 25th of February in Sakhir, the Formula One plan to host 23 racing rounds in 2023. These events include but are not limited to:

● Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2023, starting from the 3rd to the 5th of March.

● Formula 1 STC Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2023, starting from the 17th to the 19th of March

● Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2023, starting from the 30th of March to April 2nd

● Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2023, starting the 28th of April till the 30th.

● Formula 1 Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix 2023 from May 5 till 7

● Fórmula 1 Qatar Airways Gran Premio Del 2023 from May 19 - 21

● Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2023, starting 26th May - 28th May

● Formula 1 AWS Gran Premio de España, from the 2nd to the 4th of June.

● Formula 1 Pirelli Grand Prix du Canada 2023, from 16th to 18th June.

Formula 1 in the coming years

Formula 1 intends to expand its sporting horizon before 2030, creating at least 7 more sporting events to the existing ones. With plans for weekend racing, the popular sport plans to delve deeper into Africa by seeking partnerships with countries. With the intense outcry for female sports racing, Formula prepares to launch events such as:

● ART Grand Prix (FRA),

● Carlin (GBR),

● MP Motorsport (HOL)

● and PREMA Racing (ITA).


Formula One racing continues to captivate fans all over the world thanks to its rich history, high-speed thrills, and technological advancements. The intense competition between teams and drivers, the precision driving skills on display, and the race's adrenaline-fueled atmosphere make for a truly unforgettable experience.

Formula One racing is the ideal choice for a heart-pounding, edge-of-your-seat sporting event. Don't pass up the chance to witness the excitement firsthand. So get your tickets now and join the millions of other people who have fallen in love with this incredible sport.

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