Racing Formula 1 (Formula One – F1) is one of the fascinating sports car racing of the world. Every year, the races are taken place around the world, from Australia to Europe, Americas, Asia and the Middle East.
Initiated in 1950, the current F1 racing is very popular in the world. Typically, each racing team has 10 to 12 participants, is funded by the world’s leading brands such as Red Bull Racing, Mercedes, Renault, McLaren. Japan was the first Asian country to host the F1 race. To date, a total of 36 races were taking place at sunrise.
1. Japan (1976-1977, 1987-2018)
Japan is the first country in Asia to host a racing of the F1 and until now this country has held successfully 34 events. One is the final stage in the year, the Japanese Grand Prix played an important role in determining the throne of the United Kingdom in F1. As of 2018 season, a total of 13 champions were called after the end of the track at the sunrise country.
The legend Michael Schumacher (Germany) is the most winning driver at the Japanese Grand Prix with a total of 6 times are opened champagne to celebrate. Meanwhile, the closest winner here was the defending champion Lewis Hamilton (Britain). Since 2009, the race in Japan has been held at Suzuka, belonged to the Honshu island.
2. Malaysia (1999-2017)
Malaysian Grand Prix was held at the Sepang international circuit. This race has a total length of more than 314 km with a total of 56 laps. Sebastian Vettel currently holds the record for the shortest time to complete a race here when it only takes 1 minute 34 seconds 08.
In 2017, Malaysia has decided to pause hosting the fastest car racing of the world because of the funding difficulties. “We will pause the Malaysia Grand Prix, at least for a period of time. Costs are being pushed up too high exceeds the income “, the Minister of Youth and Sports Malaysia, Mr. Khairy Jamaluddin said.
3. Bahrain (2004-2010, 2012-2018)
Start to host in 2004, Bahrain has brought F1 to the audiences in the Middle East. With the serious investment and professional working style, the Bahrain Grand Prix is an international automobile federation voted as the best held race of the world. In two years – 2006 and 2010, Bahrain is honored to become the venue for the opening leg of the F1 season.
In 2014, to celebrate 10 years of organized, Bahrain has decided to move on the competing time from day to night completing the lights system on either side. The night races have been maintained so far in Bahrain.
4. China (2004-2018)
At the time the completed and put into use, China Grand Prix is the world’s most expensive race with funding to build up to 240 million dollars. The race has 305.066 km long with a total of 56 laps.
This is also the place where possesses the most difficult curves F1 requires the driver to do good when driving at high speed. China Grand Prix witness the dominance of Lewis Hamilton, with five titles won, most recently in 2017.