We love our motorsport racing series, especially because of the excitement and excitement they give us. In this article, we take a look at some of the most exciting contemporary motorsport series in the world.

Motor racing has always had a big role in the automotive industry. The automakers want to talk about the racing victory, competing in the designated series, and all of their sponsorship. Pass sports where they are wearing the best drivers and teams set, modern careers are the same technical queue competition.

You know, an event that determines the best of the best. There is no difference in racing sports. Managers from all over the world compete at these events to win their race titles.

From the Monaco Grand Prix to 24 Hours of Le Mans, below are the four best motor racing events to watch each year.

Monaco Grand Prix (F1)

Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix, running in the stiff streets of Monte Carlo, undoubtedly the most attractive of all races. It barely runs, specific obstacles almost recharged on the track. With the desired changes in heights and cliffs achieved by the tunnel is one of the most difficult F1 calendars. And when the rich and famous shoulders will attend the shoulder, it is for many “” events of the year, career or otherwise

24 Hours of Le Mans

The 24 Hours of Le Mans, often referred to as the “Grand Prix of Endurance and Efficiency,” first took place in 1923. Together with the Indy 500 and the Monaco Grand Prix, it consisted of a triple crown in motorsport. The race takes place on the Circuit de le Sarthe, which is a mixture of specialized race roads and closed public roads. 

The race takes place in June and begins in the mid-afternoon and ends the next day at the same time as the race begins. The race covered more than 3,110 kilometers. Three drivers can drive a race car, which gives drivers time to eat and rest. To keep drivers safe, and because of the incredible 24-hour competition, rules and regulations have changed over the years.

Daytona 500

The Daytona 500 is NASCAR’s most prestigious event and is the first race of the year in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series. every year at the end of February. The Daytona 500 also carries the largest wallet and high-end TVs. 

According to thepostgame.com, “the Daytona 500 is one of four limiting plate races on the NASCAR calendar in terms of safety and care in the long-distance competition and the famous 31-degree bench of its four corners. Richard Petty had the most wins with 7 titles in Daytona.

Rally Finland (WRC)

The Finnish Rally, known as the “Grand Prix of Rallying”, is the fastest race in the World Rally Championship. It is one of the largest public events in all the Nordic countries, which is attended by hundreds of thousands of fans every year.

Unlike Dakar, this is a real rally race with very fast, smooth gravel roads that go through custom road cars instead of off-road vehicles. It is known for its exciting blind ridges and unique “wind”, with which cars can surpass many.

Indy 500 (IndyCar)

The Indianapolis 500 celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2011 and runs Sunday on Memorial Day weekend, usually on the same day as the Monaco Grand Prix. Named the “Greatest Show in Racing”, the Indy 500 is known worldwide for its extremely high average speed – qualifying bikes above 220 mph are the norm. 

With traditions such as a bottle of milk gifted by the winner and kissing a brick finish line (the place used to be completely concreted with bricks and is still called “Brickard”), Indy 500, and a legion of famous winners. continues to win the American Open Wheel Race.