Formula One

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Formula One, abbreviated to F1 and also known as Grand Prix racing, is the highest class of single-seat open-wheel auto racing. It is a worldwide sport, involving an annual World Drivers Championship and World Constructors Championship, and is the most expensive sport in the world, as annual team budgets average in the hundreds of millions of US dollars. It is based around a series of races (17 in 2007), known as grands prix, on custom-constructed road courses or closed-off street circuits.

See also: Category:Formula One, Category:Formula One drivers

General[edit]

Start of races[edit]

Pit stops[edit]

Drivers[edit]

Main gallery: Formula One drivers.

Drivers Parade[edit]

Other F1 people[edit]

Main category: Formula One people

Executives of the series[edit]

Team principals[edit]

Team personnel[edit]

Other racing personnel[edit]

Media people[edit]

Teams[edit]

Current teams[edit]

Former teams[edit]

Cars[edit]

Main galleries: Formula One car and Formula One engine.

Fans[edit]

Main category: Formula One supporters

In circuit[edit]

Support vehicles[edit]

Team garages[edit]

Helmets[edit]

Main gallery: Helmets of Formula One drivers.

Trophies[edit]

Main category: Formula One trophies
World Drivers' Championship trophies
Grand Prixs' Trophies

Other[edit]

Places[edit]

Documents[edit]

June 2005[edit]