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Formula 0ne

Formula One, commonly known as Formula 1 or F1, is the highest class of international racing for open-wheel single-seater formula racing cars sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA).

How does Formula 1 race work?
The winner is the first to cross the finish line and points are awarded based on top ten positions — the one with the most at the end of the year is crowned World Champion. In 1950 there were seven championship rounds, but as the sport has grown, next year will feature 24 races.

So there are 10 teams and each team has two drivers. Every season starts in February and ends in November for the winter break. There are 24 races in each season that take place all over the world. Usually race day is Sunday.

Race weekend: Race weekend (Friday till Sunday) includes preparation, qualifying and race day. In Friday they do the preparation number one and two (fp 1, fp 2). In Saturday they have the qualifying and in that it depends what place each driver will get. The driver that does the less time in Saturday takes the pole position (p1), the second fastest takes p2 and the third p3. So when its lights out the race starts. And drivers have the right to start in whatever type of wheels they want (soft, medium, hard) and they can get into pit stops at least one time or two.

Also drivers can get DRS so they can go a little faster. DNF means that they are out of the race. For example when they have an accident. When a driver has an accident in the middle of the road the can ask for a RED FLAG so the race can pause in order all the drivers to be safe.



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