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Formula One racing is an adrenaline pumping, thrill-a-minute ride from start to finish. This fabulous event is all set to get its latest season underway which will once again see the best drivers in the world line up at the grid in their quest to make their mark on the sport. If you have a dare devil in you then grab your Formula One racing tickets and be a part of another high octane season live.
Formula One is the biggest, most watched car racing event in the world which is watched by millions around the globe. A Formula One racing event is a race which is a part of the “Formula One World Championship” designed to crown the sports best. The drivers championship and the constructors championship are the two prized up for grabs every season.
A Formula One racing event is held over three days which normally starts on a Friday. Two practice sessions are held that day. Each session takes one hour and thirty minutes and are designed to help drivers and their team acclimatize with conditions. Saturday plays host to another practice session that takes one hour to complete.
Saturday evenings are reserved for the qualifying sessions to determine the starting position of every driver on the grid for the race the next day. These sessions are segregated into three parts with gaps in between. The qualifiers are based on the knock-out format which makes it all the more fascinating. The first part is twenty minutes in length with twenty cars taking place. The six slowest cars are ousted at the end of it and they are demoted down to positions between seventeen and twenty two.
The second part of the qualifying sessions has a fifteen minute duration in which sixteen cars line-up. Once again the last six vehicles are demoted and they take their spots between eleven and sixteen. The last part pits ten of the fastest drivers from the second section of the qualifiers against each other to determine the first ten positions. The car with the best time gets to line-up at the front of the grid on race day. It is also called the “pole position.”
The drivers and their teams also have the famous “107%” rule to contend with in ever Formula One racing event. It actually stipulates that any driver that has time lower than one hundred and seven percent of the fastest time set in the first of the three parts of the qualifiers will be ousted from the race.
The actual race then starts on Sunday with the winner getting twenty five points and the runner up earning eighteen. Third fastest gets fifteen points. The next six positions are awarded points starting from twelve with a two point difference between every spot. The tenth fastest driver gets a single point. Formula One racing are special events that generate excitement like only they can. Now that the latest season is underway, book your Formula One racing tickets and catch the action live.