Formula 1 Logo – The Formula 1, often abbreviated to F1 and also known as the “pinnacle of motorsport” or “the pinnacle of motorsport” competition is the car most popular worldwide. Each race is called the Grand Prix and the competition that brings together called Formula 1 World Championship. The entity that is directed International Automobile Federation (FIA). Most racing circuit which hosts the Grand Prix circuits are permanent, although street circuits are also used. The cars are used cars with the latest technology available, always limited by technical regulations, some of these improvements were developed in Formula 1 ended up being used in car commercials, like the brake disc or the turbocharger.
The beginning of modern Formula 1 dates back to 1950, which already participated teams legendary Ferrari, Alfa Romeo and Maserati. Some teams have been removed with new ones that have achieved great successes, like McLaren, Williams, Lotus and Renault, who have risen several times with the World Constructors Championship.
In 1946, immediately after the Second World War, there were only four runs with the rank of Grand Prix. The rules for Grand Prix World Championship had already been established before the Second World War, but it took several more years awaiting implementation, until in 1947 the old AIACR was reorganized, renamed the International Automobile Federation, known by the letters “FIA”. Headquartered in Paris, at the end of the season of 1949 announced that 1950 would join several national Grands Prix to create Formula 1 with a World Drivers Championship, but for economic reasons, in the years 1952 and 1953 still competed with cars of Formula 2. Established a scoring system and recognized a total of seven runs as fit for the World Championship. The first World Championship race took place on May 13 at the Silverstone circuit in the United Kingdom.