If you’re interested in racing and even excited about it, you won’t be able to skip the following big event:
Monaco Grand Prix
The Monaco Grand Prix was first contested in the narrow streets of Monte Carlo in 1929 (with a total length of 3,340 km). In a short time, it soon became the famous F1 race and gained the most media coverage.
The racing aspect is that the whole circuit has no boundary, but just concrete walls or steel heels-something that is incredibly strong for the racers because of the criteria for precision power, driving abilities and adventure experience.
Along with the incredibly diverse high-altitude tracks, the highest speed of the Monaco racetrack lies in a tunnel that provides a very fascinating atmosphere not just for the racers, but also for the viewers.
Indy 500 (IndyCar)
The race takes place every year at this iconic Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Speedway, Indiana). Thanks to the very high average speed of the race cars. Especially candidates seeking to pass the qualifying round must be able to complete the test race at a speed of more than 354 km/h.
Any race season, the riders will have to complete 500 miles for each race 2.5 miles long. The current speed record belongs to Arie Luyendyk with more than 385 km/h in 1996. An odd tradition of the Indy 500 is that the winner usually kisses the finish line and then gets a free bottle of milk. Recently, the Indy 500 race has also inspired the creation of the Turbo animated film.
24 Hours of Le Mans
This is the oldest car race in the world organized annually by the Motor Club de L’Ouest (ACO) on the Circuit de la Sarthe in Le Mans (France) since 1923. The explanation is 24 Hours because the teams have to work constantly for 24 hours, and each team has just 3 racers, each racer for at least 2 hours before changing the driver.
The tournament itself involves several different race levels and certain performance requirements. The race track also contains a special track and a standard lane. Producers themselves consider Le Mans to be one of the openings to highlight its craft prowess.