## What are the formulas in motor racing?

The best known of these formulae are Formula One, Formula E, Formula Two, Formula Three, regional Formula Three and Formula Four.

## How many formulas are there in motor racing?

Whilst the four popular formula racing categories have many similarities, there are also some specific differences. We look at the history, aim, vehicles and series of each.

**How fast is super formula?**

In 2016, Super Formula narrowly won the race for second place in our table with an index of 105.780, from IndyCar (106.014), LMP1 (107.188), GP2 (108.114) and the old Formula Renault 3.5 (110.674). This time, only Super Formula comes in below 113 (quite comfortably, on 109.612). The reasons for this are numerous.

### What happened to Superleague Formula?

With many drivers and teams having joined other series, as well as no updates from the Superleague Formula website, the series was discontinued after just four seasons of racing.

### Why formula is called formula?

Formula One racing is governed and sanctioned by a world body called the FIA − Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile or the International Automobile Federation. The name ‘Formula’ comes from the set of rules that the participating cars and drivers must follow.

**What is F2 and F3?**

F1, F2, and F3 are all types of Formula motorsport racing leagues. F3 is the high-end of junior racing, F2 is a little more intense, and the drivers are on their way out of amateur status, and F1 is the highest league with the most intensity, the highest speeds, the best drivers, and the biggest budgets.

#### Does super formula use DRS?

It is Super Formula’s version of DRS, increasing fuel supply temporarily to provide a 5 per cent boost in engine performance. This is available to drivers five times during the race and is active for 20 seconds each time. An LED light system on the roll hoop indicates how many OTS bursts each driver has used up.

#### Which is faster Formula 1 or Nascar?

Comparatively, the highest speed recorded in NASCAR is 212mph (341.181km/h), and these vehicles take 1 second longer to reach 62 mph than F1 cars do. It takes 9 seconds for a NASCAR racer to reach 160mph. These statistics definitively prove that Formula 1 racing cars are the faster of the two racing machines.

**How many football clubs have there been in Superleague Formula?**

Each Superleague Formula car represented a football club or national team. Twenty-three football clubs and ten country-represented cars started at least one race in Superleague Formula, and all are listed in the table below:

## What is the Superleague Formula qualifying system?

Superleague Formula employed a unique qualifying system based on a group stage to knock-out format used in some football tournaments: Each group in turn had a 15-minute (2008-2009)/10-minute (2010) session to try to be in the fastest four in that group Five slowest from the group of the fastest driver went 9th, 11th, 13th, 15th, 17th on the grid

## What kind of engines do Formula 1 teams use?

Every team used identical cars and 750-horsepower V-12 engines. The Sonangol Group was the series’ title sponsor from June 2009 until the end of the 2010 season. The future of the championship was in doubt after the cancellation of over three-quarters of 2011 season events.

**What was the fastest qualifying time for Superleague Formula in 2009?**

At Magny-Cours in 2009, the best qualifying time for a Superleague Formula car was 1:26.391, almost 11.5 seconds slower than the fastest qualifying time for an F1 car in 2008 of 1:15.024. Both Superleague Formula and Formula One raced at Monza in 2009 where similar dry qualifying conditions meant a better time comparison was possible.