When talking about the music scene in London, you can’t help but think about motor sport. The city is home to some of the greatest racing teams in the world, and if you’re a car enthusiast, you’ll absolutely want to be part of their action. These teams create some memorable events known as ‘sportive days’ where they celebrate their success through public displays of speed and professionalism. To the uninitiated, these events may sound like a week of leisure activities, but they’re actually very competitive and intense. The teams who attend these events represent some of the most prominent organisations in the world, including McLaren, Maserati, and Porsche.
The pinnacle of these sportive days is the 24 Hours of Le Mans which is one of the most prestigious events in all of motor sport. This epic race sees multi-million pound cars driven by professional teams like Ferrari and Porsche battle it out over the course of 712 treacherous miles. Over 40,000 spectators attend this year’s race to see the world’s best drivers and teams compete for glory, and it’s definitely not a race to be missed. You’ll definitely want to be there to watch the racing, but you might also enjoy the cultural experience and learn a thing or two about the history of motor sport. The event is almost equivalent to the Tour de France in prestige and this year’s race is expected to sell out for months, if not years.
Which Events Will Take Place This Year?
The first event is the British Grand Prix which is on the schedule for 23rd June. The British Grand Prix is the second race of the season, and the first event in the UK after the warm-up races in the southern hemisphere. It’s one of the most prestigious events on the Formula 1 calendar, and this year’s race will feature some of the biggest names in international motorsport. The track itself was last used for a Formula 1 race in 1994, so it’s been a long time since fans have seen cars whipping around the track at over 300 km/h, which is what you’ll need to do to catch the attention of any petrolhead.
Other Races To Look Out For
The rest of the sportive days will take place in Europe, with the 24 Hours of Nürburgring on 25th June, the Nürburgring 24 Hours on 6th and 13th September, and the Bäume City Night Race in Germany on 22nd October. The 24 Hours of Nürburgring is one of the world’s most iconic and challenging endurance races and the best drivers can drive for up to 24 hours non-stop, covering more than 750 miles around the track. This year’s race will feature a mix of professional and amateur teams, and it’s an event not to be missed for fans of fast cars and exciting challenges. The Bäume City Night Race in Germany is also one of the biggest events on the calendar, and it was originally created to celebrate the city’s 300th anniversary. Teams of amateur racers attempt to out-brake and out-manoeuvre each other to be the first to the checkered flag, and the event is also associated with the DTM touring car series. This is one of the great all-seasons to be in Germany if you’re a car fan!
The Why Of These Events
These events are important because they give us an insight into the world of high-performance motor sport, and the relationships between teams and drivers, as well as the sponsorships that they secure. McLaren, for instance, is one of the greatest racing teams of all time, and they’ve secured the services of some of the greatest drivers of all time, including Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna. The team has continued to evolve and secure great results since their inception in 1963, and their success is largely credited to the work of their founder, Bruce McLaren. The team regularly competes for the elusive ‘World Championship’ and are particularly dominant in the Formula 1 community, securing 16 victories in 2019 alone. They’ve also been victorious in the 24 Heures of Le Mans on five occasions, and in the 24 Hours of Daytona, which they also won four times. These are all important events to follow when you’re a fan of McLaren or Formula 1.
Formula 1 And All Things Motor Sport
For those who have followed my articles for some time, you’ll know that I’m a big fan of motorsport, and in particular, Formula 1. This is the premier world championship for drivers and teams of all types, and it’s one of the most exciting championships to follow this year. The premier Formula 1 race takes place in London this year, on 14th July, and will be the first race in the UK for the new season. Teams from all over the world will be travelling to London to do battle, including American drivers. The cars will be flying along the M23 motorway during the night, which will no doubt add to the drama. There will also be plenty for fans to see as the race will be broadcast live on television. Make sure you get your tickets in advance if you want to attend this important event, as it’s expected to sell out fast.
If you’re looking for an insight into the world of high-performance motor sport, you can find all kinds of tickets available for these events on the Internet. You can get access to the British Grand Prix if you contact the GRM organizers directly at [email protected] or 0800 888 987. The rest of the events can be found on either the DTM or Nürburgring websites, depending on which event you’d like to attend. Make sure you’re aware of the dates for these events, as you won’t want to miss out on any of them!