Formula one is highest class of single seat auto racing car that is sanctioned by the Federation International de automobile. The FIA Formula one World Championship has been the premier form of racing since the inaugural season in 1950 although other Formula one race was regularly held until 1983. The Formula one series originated with the European Grand Prix Motor Racing of the 1920s and 1930s. The formula is a set of rules which all participants cars must meet. Formula one was a new formula agreed upon after World War II during 1946, with the first non championship races being held that year.
Formula one car 2014 when Ferrari unveiled their concept for future captivated not only Ferrari fans but Also Formula one fans in general. New Formula one with more technological advance concept rules coming into play in the next few seasons we might see similar cars on the Formula one grid as early as 2017 season. Formula one concept is a big rule change implemented in 2017. There rule makes the car look more aggressive and attractive. The intention here is to make the cars less sensitive to the negative effects of dirt air and shift more towards mechanical grip.
The designer of the Formula one Andries Van Overbeeks released some of the more future into advance technology. Formula one car 2.15 is making wide and widening rear tyres and more mechanical grip. Wider cars especially larger diameter of the rear wheels makes a larger drag penalty a reduced top speed spent more time straight and battle for position. Andries Van Overbeeks a freelance Dutch designer has revealed his vision of a 2017 Red Bull F1 car and imagine a couple of dozen of these beauties lined up on the Silverstone grid.
Every team in Formula one must run two cars in every session in a Grand Prix weekend and every team may use up to four drivers in a season. A team may also run two additional drivers in free practice sessions which are often used to test potential new drivers for a career as a Formula one driver or gain experienced drivers to evaluate the car. Most modern drivers are contracted for at least the duration of a season with driver changes taking place in between seasons in comparison to early years where drivers often competed at an ad hoc basis from race to race.