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What is Formula 1 - Definition of F1 - Formula 1 vs Endurance Racing
Endurance racing consists of long races, often 6, 12 or 24 hours in length. Formula 1 races last an hour and a half. There is no comparison. The cars are built ...
Style of F1 Track - How to Drive Different F1 Tracks - F1 Drivers
Each Formula 1 Grand Prix circuit demands a different driving approach. Some drivers feel more comfortable with and can better read certain kinds of tracks ...
F1 generation Plants - A Genetics Definition - Biology - About.com
Definition of F1 generation plants.: law of segregation principle of heredity hybrid offspring cross pollination independent assortment.
Formula 1 Motor Homes - About.com
At the European races on the Formula 1 calendar the teams all bring their own elaborate motor home to each race. In these elaborate traveling hospitality areas, ...
F1 Cars - Racing Steering Wheels - Racing Car Technology
One of the modern Formula 1 driver's biggest technical challenges is to learn by heart the positions, buttons and lights on their complicated steering wheels.
Ferrari Motor Home - Formula 1 - About.com
A photo of the Ferrari team motor home. At the European races on the Formula 1 calendar the teams all bring their own elaborate motor home to each race.
Racing Driver Fitness - F1 Flyaway Races - Singapore Grand Prix
The Formula 1 season often starts or ends with a series of so-called "flyaway" races, which are challenging not only because of the nature of their tracks but also ...
Formula 1 Timing Information Screens - F1 Live Timing - F1 Lap Times
Formula 1 has amongst the most complex timing systems in motor racing. But the Formula One Management timing tool, once mastered, is also one of the most ...
McLaren Mercedes Motor Home - Formula 1 - About.com
A photo of the McLaren Mercedes F1 team motor home. At the European races on the Formula 1 calendar the teams all bring their own elaborate motor home to ...
Formula 1 Tourism - F1 Travel - Formula 1 Races
The typical Formula 1 spectator is affluent and willing to pay for the extras - a party, high-class travel and a few days' travel before or after a race - and travel ...