Top 10 Worst F1 Tracks

Top 10 Worst F1 Tracks

The Formula 1 Grand Prix series has been going strong for over 100 years. It started in France in 1906, and now takes place all around the world. The sport is known for its high speeds, intense competition, and spectacular crashes. But there are also many dangers that drivers face on track. Some of these include cars hitting walls at high speed, debris flying through the air, and even getting hit by other vehicles.


The first race was held in Great Britain in 1906, and since then, the sport has grown into one of the biggest sports in the world. In fact, it's so big that it has become an international event with races taking place in more than 50 countries. The F1 season runs from March to November each year, and consists of 19 races. Each race lasts three hours, and the fastest driver wins.

Spa Francorchamps

The Belgian Grand Prix is the oldest race in Formula One, having been held there since 1950. It takes place at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, which is located near the town of Stavelot. The track itself is very challenging, featuring a series of fast corners, tight turns, and elevation changes.


The Monaco Grand Prix has been held annually since 1929. It was originally called the French Grand Prix until 1976 when it became part of the FIA World Championship. The track is located in Monte Carlo, Monaco, and is one of the most famous races in the world.


The circuit is named after the Japanese city of Suzuka. It is located near Nagoya, Japan, and is home to the Suzuka 1000km race. This is considered by many as the toughest race in Formula One.


The track was designed by Hermann Tilke, who also designed the Nurburgring and Monaco circuits. The track has been used since 1985, and has hosted every grand prix since then except for 2007 when the race was cancelled due to safety concerns.

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