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Two Most Attractive Car Racing Of The World

Speed, beautiful but equally dangerous, the car race in the world bring fans much emotion.


Both cars and jet skis are the fierce, full race can gloriously high insurance, but can also be dangerous, full of risk. In the car racing, Formular One and 24 Hours of Le Mans are considered as two most attractive car racing of the world.

1. F1 (Formular One)

Formular One racing is the highest for racing cars. Derived from the street race in France from the early 20th century, to the year 1950, the race was officially recorded at Silverstone (UK). The name “Formular One” to represent a series of technical requirements that the race team and riders must follow. From the start, these factors change continuously to match the development of the technology, as well as increased attractiveness for the race.

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Every year there are two championship awards are given to teams and riders. Up to now the world record holder is Michael Schumacer with 7 titles, including 5 consecutive times from 2000 to 2004. Ferrari is the team spending much of the championship. The track was built in separate areas, or inthe street like in Monaco (France), it is also the most important race of the F1.

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The average speed of the race always on the 200 km/h, the maximum speed is over 300 km/h. Pole position is the first position, before each race officially a day, the racers will participate in the race to win the pole position. F1 is the favorite sport and watched around the world by the appeal from speed, technology and all the beautiful people after the pitch.

2. 24 Hours of Le Mans

This is the oldest car race in the world, held every year by the Automobile Club de l’Ouest (ACO) on the Circuit de la Sarthe in Le Mans (France) since 1923. The department of that name 24 Hours because the team must run continuously for 24 hours, and each team has only 3 riders, each rider to run a minimum of 2 hours before changing the driver. The race really harsh for both racers and race teams, asked for the race car must be able to endure the process of working with large pressure continuously for 24 hours without any problem occurs.

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Unlike the F1, the specialized design race car model, in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the cars which are used are the commercial sports cars. After this to better accommodate the ability to race, people have the technical upgrades to ensure the best security and performance.

Almost Having Error Engine, Hamilton Still Finished First In The Brazillian GP

In the ranking race, Lewis Hamilton has an excellent tournament and won the top division of the racing at the starting line.


The most anticipated F1 car racing champion will have an easy day in the main race. However, it is not like that.

Start the race, Hamilton as usual still hold his good form, led from the start. However, he suffered intense pursuit of the young driverMax Verstappen. The 21 years old racer of Team Red Bull showed impressive form when pass both racers Ferrari team is Raikkonen and Viettel and Valteri Bottasof Mercedes to rise to second in the first round.

At this stage, Hamilton in early pit stop and change from soft to medium tires to ensure the completion of the race safely in high temperatures in Brazil.

Meanwhile, Verstappen to within 35 new tires and he still uses the super soft tire. This helped him to have the advantage in weight and has passed Hamilton on lap 39.

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The second turning point of the race happened on lap 44, Verstappen again experiencing unnecessary collision with team riders at the end of Ocon and inverted again. Verstappen has broken even after a dazzling floor above. Hamilton won the advantage and has quickly regained its leading position.

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However, in the last few rounds, Hamilton again having the engine. Mercedes engineers said that the engine of the car when it has exceeded the permitted temperature and can be broken at any time. However, very luckily, Hamilton would have finished successfully. Despite very trying to pursued then but Verstappen also was not able to pass Hamilton more times to time, officers suffered only four seconds behind Hamilton on the rankings.

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With this winning, Hamilton also officially giving Mercedes Team the Championship for the 5th consecutive record balance of Ferrari since 2000 – 2004, the time which is the legendary of Michael Schumacher.

4 Asian Countries That Have Held The F1 Racing

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

A Female Racer Caused A Horror Accident At Speed Of 276km/h

A talented 17 years old Sophia Floersch has been injured after the incident at the F3 racing held in Macau on November 18th.

The accident occurred with Floersch when she is being on a bend. Her car hit the opponent and then it was out of control. The car was rotating and lapsing at the same time with the speed of 276km/h. And then it rammed into the tail of the car of Japanese driver Shou Tsuboi. The strong collision caused Floersch’s car fly up the air, crashing into the area reserved for the reporter, and then fell to the ground. The incident stirred audiences Macau unruly. The red flag was immediately disqualified, meaning the race had been paused. It took one hour later for the organization committee allowed the race to be continued.

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Floersch did not lose consciousness but suffered spinal fracture. However, there is no sign shows that the German driver will be paralysed. She was awake enough to announce to the fans: “I’m fine but have to be onto the operating table on Monday morning. Thanks for the attention from you. I will update the latest information”.

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The accident also caused Tsuboi be back injured. Four employees and reporters were also injured. The protection officer Cha Cha In was injured on face and be jaw fractures. The two reporters, one be torn liver and another be strong shaked.

The International Automobile Federation (FIA) are finding out the causes leading to the accident. Many F1 drivers also expressed the sympathy with Floersch and victims. “We are all thinking about you, Sophia. Wishing the good news will come soon. Be strong!”, the former world champion Fernando Alonso wrote.

Floersch được xem như tài năng trẻ của làng đua xe tốc độ.

Floersch was considered as new emerging star in racing domain. Last year, she became the first female driver to score points in the F4 racing. She is also the youngest racer becoming the champion in the history of the youth Ginetta racing.

Alvaro Bautista Will Race For Ducati In WorldSBK 2019

After 16 years of sticking on the MotoGP race, Alvaro Bautista, the Spainish racer will move to another racing team, Aruba.it Racing – Ducati, at WorldSBK award that is going to hold at the end of this year.


With the announcement on social network which talks about his future decisions, Alvaro Bautista (Angel Nieto racing team) confirmed that in the MotoGP Silverstone press conference that he would be leaving MotoGP after 16 years conquesting to race alongside Chaz Davies at Aruba.it Racing – Ducati in the WorldSBK award.

Bautista achieved 49 podiums under his name with 16 victories on the 125cc and 250cc racing series. The greatest year of the Spanish racer is 2006, when he was crowned beacause of becoming the 125cc World’s Champion when he just was 22 years old.

Bautista commented about his move: “For me, the next season will be a new challenge because I would move from this race to WorldSBK after 16 years of racing with the official racing team Aruba Ducati. So I am very excited, it is really a new amazing challenge for me”.

Moreover, he also said that: “The persuasion that Ducati put on me really well and we will be strong together. I think we can achieve good results and have more fun. That is the race which is developing, so I am looking forward to this brand new challenge and I will also try to enjoy the last of my race in the MotoGP Championship”.

It seems the Aruba.it Racing – Ducati WorldSBK squad is ready for the season 2019. After announcing a brand new with Angel Nieto MotoGP rider at the present, Alvaro Bautista, the Ducati factory WorldSBK team also confirmed that they had renewed the contract with Chaz Davies.

With a new team and a completely new machine, Aruba.it Racing – Ducati Team is seeking to take the fight directly to other manufacturers in WorldSBK, particularly Kawasaki and Yamaha. It has been a difficult season so far and they hope that they will turn things around for the better by the year 2019.

Vroom, Start Your Engine’s with Heather Bonanni

Women off-road racing teams show that the belief that getting dirty is only for the boys are so out of fashion. One of the most predominant women’s teams is the Getting Dirty for the Ta Ta’s Race Team that started back in 2009. The racing team drivers include Renee Hudson and Heather Bonanni as well as co-driver Denise Hall. With big plans, for the future, many racing enthusiasts are most interested in the driver’s backgrounds.

Renee Hudson


Renee Hudson started the Getting Dirty for the Ta Ta’s all female club in 2009 after being involved in off-road racing most of her life. The club has been competing ever since in several races for a cure as well as PURE races. In the BITD Parker 250 race, the team took second place and first place in the BITD Parker Desert Challenge. Hudson is passionate about the sport, loves racing and raised over $20,000 for her local mammogram program and continues to enjoy the sport as the club continues to enjoy success season after season.

Heather Bonanni

Heather Bonanni was born in San Diego, grew up in Downey and her hobbies have always been more focused towards the outdoors, including swimming. Married to Real Estate Developer John Bonanni, the couple has two kids of their own and two step kids.

Starting off-road racing in 2005 on a circuit, Heather formed an all-female racing team called the All American Girl Racing and raced with her team in several local races and won the Primm Nevada. She also completed both the Baja 100 and Baja 500 races and now holds the record for the first and only team of only females to finish top to tip. Currently, Heather Bonanni races with her husband and is regularly invited by other female racers to participate as part of their teams. One of the things, she looked forward most was to start racing for the Ta Ta’s due to the clubs aim to raise money for breast cancer.

Denise Hall

Co-Driver Denise Hall was involved with off-road racing since her ninth birthday and started as a co-driver as part of the Getting Dirty for the Ta Ta’s in 2009. She has competed in many races including the Bluewater Challenge, Race for the Cure and the Mint400 and when she is not racing across the desert, she is out on the motocross tracks. Hall loves supporting her husband with WORCS races and being part in the Ta Ta’s team is one of her career highlights.

The trio shares the same goal, and that is to move up in class until they reach the podium as the most successful race team. The ladies don’t consider off-road racing as a career and race in their buggy type car for the excitement, and even with generous sponsors they still spend quite a bit of cash from their own pockets on the sport they feel so passionate about.

What is the All-American Girl Racing Team up to Now?

The All-American Girl Racing is an off-roading group that is known for only having a trip of female riders. The trio rose to fame as they competed in an array of off-road events that were known to be centered towards men – such as the Southern Nevada Off-Road Enthusiasts (SNORE), and the Mohave Desert Racing (MDR), along with the SCORE International Off-Road Racing Events where they truly generated fame as the competed in the highly anticipated Baja 1000. Though, after a while, the hype of these three female riders died down. Although, this doesn’t mean that they stopped living their life’s – here’s a recap of what the three members of the iconic pro-girl riding group are up to today.

Beccy Gordon

Before Beccy Gordon became a famed rider, her family shared a joint history of off-road racing which started with her great-grandfather, Huntley Gordon, who was known to be racing cars during the beginning of the 1900’s. Moreover, her mother actually ran through the Baja 500 – all the time while she was nearly seven months pregnant with Beccy. Outside of racing, Beccy was a member of the United States Women’s National Softball Team along with being a swimsuit model for some of her career

After finishing college at Chapman University – Beccy became a racing journalist who was known for being a regular at an array of off-road racing events. The excitement of it prompted her and her sister, Robyn, to create their own off-road team – which was supposed to be female exclusive.

Now that the team has disbanded, Beccy is living her own life. She is currently married to IndyCar Series racer Ryan Hunter-Reay and has three children. Instead of racing full time, Beccy now works as a spokesperson for the Phoenix International Raceway and for NASCAR.

Robyn Gordon

Sharing the same family lineage as Beccy – Robyn is no stranger to off-road racing. As her great-grandfather and mother both shared the passion for racing cars and bikes off-road, it rubbed off on Robyn as well.

Not much is known about the co-creator of the AAGR as she seemingly kept her personal life to herself and her family. However, it is understood that she helped her sister create the group and participated in an array of racing events where she grew in fame.

Nowadays it’s a bit hard to find information about Robyn as she does not seem to have any active social media. Her only account is a twitter account where she last updated on January 2018.

Heather Bonnani

While not much about Heather Bonnai past is known, she was known to be a longtime off-road racing enthusiast and the creator of AAGR. One of her main reasons for creating the team was because she had a passion for racing and wanted to feature a group that was only filled with women to push the narrative that women can do it just as good as men.

After competing in a few off-road racing events with Beccy and Robyn, Heather is now married with four children. She works from home in Laguna Niguel. While she only races car as a pastime, Heather is now a GritCycle enthusiast where she has done a few interviews deciding her new life and loving every second of it.