Formula One
The highest class of motor racing sanctioned by the FIA.

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  • formula One — A formula according to which racing cars are built for the major Grand Prix races counting for the World Championship …   Dictionary of automotive terms

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  • Formula One — n. Grand Prix racing, type of international car race …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Formula One — /ˌfɔmjələ ˈwʌn/ (say .fawmyuhluh wun) noun the highest class of professional motor racing …   Australian English dictionary

  • Formula One tyres — play a significant role in the performance a Formula One car. The tyres have undergone significant changes throughout the history of Formula One, with different manufacturers and specifications used in the sport.Formula One tyres bear only a… …   Wikipedia

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