The Formula One racing calendar serves up some of the most exciting speed car races in the world. Organised on specially built tracks and spectator stands, the Formula One Grand Prix is the premier event where drivers demonstrate their skills and prowess behind the wheel. It also gives the car constructors bragging rights on the latest technology in race cars. For the spectators, the thrill comes with the sheer breakneck speed of the cars down and around the tracks, the hair-standing overtaking and the horrific crashes.
The racing calendar presents different assignments and expectations for the drivers, constructors and spectators. For the drivers in the thick of the action, a new season comes with a huge burden of bettering previous seasons outing in terms of points, race wins and the ultimate prize at the tail end of the season. For the constructors, the challenge of producing speedier, efficient and safe cars is always at the top of their minds. How about the spectators? In this article, read about how to get the most out of the Formula One Grand Prix racing calendar.
Grand Prix races are broadcast live on television particularly cable and pay per view TV. You may not be in a position to travel to most Grand Prix locations. Still, with the television beaming the races live, you can certainly grab a piece of the action. Moreover, you will be able to catch up with pre-race analysis, live commentary, and post-race analysis to give you a front-row seat of the race.
Being on the move is no reason to miss a piece of the action. Grand Prix races are streamed live in approved websites, and this gives you a great chance to enjoy the races on your laptop or your mobile phone.
To get at the epicentre of the action, you could also attend a few races in the Formula One season. You could purpose to attend at least one race in a season in your city and beyond. Book the best spot in the stands to get the best action. You will live to remember the experience for a long time to come.