Why Formula 1 Is World's Popular Sport?

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There have been new sports and one of the top most one is the Formula One racing.

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Why Formula 1 Is World's Popular Sport?

  1. 1. Why Formula 1 Is World's Popular Sport?
  2. 2.  Not less than 1950, it was then when officially Formula One began starting with the British Grand Prix.  Due to popularity of the 80s the fame and name skyrocketed and grand prix got the recognition waking from a limited arena.
  3. 3.  Formula 1 World Championship is the most watched sporting event in the world, with more than 525 million people watching over the course of the season.  Now Formula 1 has become part of so many nations that be it getting a finite Grand prix package or arranging Grand prix in different nations
  4. 4.  Behind every successful driver is his team that gives amazing technical support during and before the race.  The drivers are the cynosure of all eyes in the races and without good and seasoned drivers it is difficult to win a race.
  5. 5.  The leader of the team is known as the team boss or team principal ahd he has the complete responsibility of running the show.  Formula 1 over the last decade became a global event so much that many of the celebrities and fans arrange their schedules to be able to be there and not miss the action.
  6. 6.  Formula 1 team, you’ll find some of the brightest and talented people in more than a dozen scientific specialties.  In all, on the average F1 car there are over 300 sensors producing data that is interpreted by men and women from a variety of scientific disciplines.
  7. 7.  Singapore Grand Prix has become an immense investment increasing the tourist and visitor rate of the country higher.  Formula 1 traces its lineage directly back to the very beginnings of motor racing itself, at the end of the nineteenth century, when public roads were the venues. All other racing series have sprung up in its wake.
  8. 8.  The structure and hierarchy of motor racing is extremely complex and not very logical.  Formula 1 isn't just about competition between the drivers.  It's about rivalry between the cars, too.  The technology battle between teams is always an ongoing part of Formula 1.

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