July 20, 2019

If you are interested in cars and even passionate about them, you will not be able to ignore the racing competitions that take place continuously throughout the planet. Car manufacturers themselves also regularly show their strength through achievement tables at various large and small races. However, with thousands of prizes taking place everywhere, it will be difficult for someone to grasp what is notable races, which have a great impact on the community and show the size of the car brand.

Monaco Grand Prix – the most attractive F1 stage on the planet.

The Monaco F1 race was first performed in 1929 on the narrow streets of Monte Carlo (with a total length of 3,340 km). In just a short time, it quickly became the famous F1 race and attracted the most media attention. The feature here is that the entire racetrack has no margins but only concrete walls or steel slats – which gives the riders a very strong feeling because of the precise control requirements. Driving skills as well as adventurous experience. Along with extremely high altitude roads, achieving the maximum speed on the track Monaco is at the stage … the tunnel has created very interesting experiences not only for riders but also for viewers.

Indy 500 (IndyCar) – real speed race.

Indianapolis 500 – The race was named one of the three most prestigious motor racing in the world celebrating its 100th birthday in 2011. The annual race is celebrated at this famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Speedway, Indiana) racetrack thanks to the average speed of extremely high performance cars. Particularly for candidates who want to qualify, they must be able to complete the test race with a speed of over 354 km / hour.

24 Hours of Le Mans (Le Mans) – challenging the endurance of “super speed”.

Unlike every other race, Le Mans will spend a weekend in the French countryside to satisfy passionate racers. First organized in 1923 near the town of Le Mans (France), this is a race that challenges the endurance of cars in 24 hours of continuous operation at maximum capacity.

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