Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Formula One Racing by Film

A Formula One race or Grand Prix is a sporting event which takes place over three days (usually Friday to Sunday), with a series of practice and qualifying sessions prior to a race on Sunday.

Current regulations provide for two free practice sessions on Friday, a morning practice session and a afternoon qualifying session held on Saturday, and the race held on Sunday afternoon, though the structure of the weekend has changed numerous times over the history of the sport.

In addition to Formula One racing, other events such as races in other FIA series (such as the GP2 Series) are provided to keep crowds entertained.

Hereafter are some chosen photos of Formula One racing which were taken by film cameras.

Untitled by V D M

Fire marshalls on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve racetrack at the Canadian Grand Prix in 2002. by Steve Brandon

hamilton's ride by terrosa

Carlos Reutemann - U.S. Grand Prix 1978 by F.X.Enderby

Jarno Trulli - Monaco Grand Prix 2004 by Michael Clayton Potts

Michael Schumacher - Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro - 1999 by johnlgardiner

在一頭霧水當中結束 by tnwy

Fly Saudia by jsfotografie.com

Refuelling by Bijou Lou

Williams FW23 by NCuellarU

Formula 1 - 1991 Suzuka by MagooMotores

22 Historical Grand Prix Zandvoort by Jeroenc71

Turn 1-SVRA Historic races at Road Atlanta in 1994 by Thumpr455

Fast ford LOUISE RICHARDSON by Stephen Doherty3
Keke Rosberg by Chris Bloom

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