Introduction to F1

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The introduction to the case describes the overall of Formula 1 motorsport. Formula1 is officially referred to Federation International Automobile (FIA). It is a motorsport competition consists of series of single-seated auto races, known as Grand Prix Motor Racing of Formula One World Championship.

Moreover, in formula 1 race, there are between 10 to 14 highly specialized constructors or manufacturers such as; Ferrari, BMW, and McLaren competing for the annual world championship. The Grand Prix are help throughout the world on built circuit or on public roads. The competition results will be evaluated by using a 'points system' to determine the position of winners.

The Grands Prix are help throughout the world on built circuit or on public roads. The competition results will be evaluated by using a 'points system' to determine the position of winners. Last but not least, formula 1 have created automotive technology and engineering to a highly specialist business.

The Grands Prix are help throughout the world on built circuit or on public roads. The competition results will be evaluated by using a 'points system' to determine the position of winners. Last but not least, formula 1 have created automotive technology and engineering to a highly specialist business. Date back in the history, people in the old days rode and raced on horses until automobile was invented to the world. Nevertheless, people either in the past or today still have a passion in finding a competitive activity that brings excitement, thrills, and attracted to speed.

By the time, automobile racing was more preferable and popular among the interests of speed racers, car manufacturers, and constructor teams’, auto racing has truly become big business overtime. Accordingly, car manufacturers perceived auto racing as a great way to advertise their products. There is a saying “race on Sunday, sell on Monday”₁ this is an example showing how businesses in auto racing raise and lose...
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