Top Formula One Courses are all about the fastest cars in the world and enthusiasts can see them race all over the world to view the speed themselves. However, a number of circuits are faster than others.
Here are the top five Formula One Courses around the World.
Grande Premio do Brasil and Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace
Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace was the formula that hosted Grande Premio do Brasil, aka Brazilian Grand Prix. The drivers went all round in anti-clockwise road 71 times on a 4.309 kilometers long circuit. 305.9 kilometers was the full length of the race. The total number of corners in the circuit is 15 with 5 to the right and 10 to the left. The utmost G-Force present in the race is 5.0G. The very highest speed in the formula one is 318 km/h.
Gran Premio de Espana and De Catalunya
De Catalunya was the one that hosted Gran Premio de Espana also known as the Spanish Grand Prix. 4.627 kilometer was the length of the formula one and the race was more than 66 laps, or probably an overall of 307.1 kilometers. These cars traveled in a clockwise manner and maneuver 16 bends – 9 to the right and 7 going to the left with a maximum G-Force of 4.0 G. The cars can travel at a high speed of 318 km/h.
Malaysia Grand Prix and Sepang International
Sepang International Circuit was the one that hosted the Malaysia Grand Prix. The drivers were expected to travel all over for 56 times in a clockwise course on a circuit of 5.542 kilometers in length. The total length of the race is 310.4 kilometers. The highest G-Force during the race is 4.0 G, while the utmost speed in the formula one is 315 km/h.
Bahrain Grand Prix and Bahrain International
The Bahrain International formula one was the one that hosted Bahrain Grand Prix. The race was carried out in a 5.412 kilometers long circuit. These cars travel in a clockwise route for 57 laps that represented a full race length of 308.2 kilometers. Drivers negotiated 15 corners – 9 to the right and 6 going to the left. The highest G-Force is 3.6 G. The highest speed in the formula one is 312 km/h.
Indian Grand Prix and Buddh International
The Buddh International was the one that accommodated the Indian Grand Prix. The length of this formula one is 5.137 kilometers. Drivers travel 60 times clockwise for a full length of 308.2 kilometers. It consists of 16 bends overall, 9 that turn sharply to the right and 7 to the left. It comes with utmost G-Force of 4.0 G. The Cars can travel at a high speed of 317 km/h.
The Gumball 3000 Rally
The Gumball 3000 rally is a yearly 3,000-mile international celebrity automobile race on public roads. Today the Gumball Rally 3000 is a part of pop culture.