People who have a love for mean machines will quickly discover that there are lots of different types of motorsports to choose from. Each of these motorsports has their own different rules, races and tracks and getting to grips with them all can take a lot of time and dedication. Let’s take a look at the most popular motorsports in the world so you can choose once and for all which is the best one for you to follow.
This is the grandfather of all motorsports and features some of the sleekest cars and best drivers in the business. One of the great things about the Grand Prix is that it is held on stunning circuits all over the world and some of these circuits such as the Monaco track wind their way through major cities and can be extremely challenging. People who really want to get a feel for the magic of the Grand Prix should arrange tickets to watch a race up close in person, while the event is also televised, making it very easy to keep track of races and stay up to date with all of the action.
This motorsport was first held in 1911 and is one of the most popular motorsports in the whole of the USA. Also known as Indy, the race features a total of thirty three cars, which take off at top speed to be the first to complete 500 miles. The racers reach speeds of up to 230 miles an hour and this is a great sport for people who truly feel the need for speed.
This is one of the most extreme motorsports in the world and is ideal for adrenaline junkies who really appreciate racers who are willing to give it their all to cross the finish line first. One of the most spectacular elements of Freestyle Motocross is that the drivers and their vehicles tend to spend a large amount of their time airborne. The main aim here is to attract the attention of the judges and racers put their bikes through all types of stunts and tricks to score points.
24 Hours of Le Mans
This epic race was first held in 1923 and is a great sport for people who have what it takes to go the distance. One of the appeals of Le Mans for purests is that this race has managed to avoid the modernisation that has afflicted most other types of motorsports and Le Mans has remained largely unchanged over the years.