Take some time and think beyond the speed and the adrenaline that comes with the same, why do people really love the Grand Prix? Besides the US, there are different circuits all over the world that attract the attention of fans and drivers from all walks of life. There are interesting circuits in Monaco, Brazil, in Abu Dhabi to mention but a few of the most popular. Beyond the allure of these incredible circuits, the Grand Prix has always been an attraction for so many reasons.
Every other time when the GP is in session, there are challenges all over the place. It is not just the drivers who face up to the challenge of battling with some of the greatest in the world on the tracks, even the fans face some. Imagine for example drivers who compete at the Interlagos circuit in Sao Paolo in Brazil, a circuit that runs counter-clockwise, complete with high turns and twists and a high elevation through the hills.
As a GP fan, you the challenge is more of an adventure, considering that you will need to get access to the events early enough, strive to get the finest seats, and most importantly, plan exciting activities during the event.
The season schedule
One of the most important things that a lot of GP enthusiasts look forward to is usually the end of the season. When curtains fall on the season, there is so much enthusiasm about drivers moving from one team to the other, some retiring and so forth. This is normally one of the things that people look forward to, and in as much as it marks the end of the season, preparation for the next one kicks into top gear almost immediately.
The excitement that is associated with the Grand Prix is equally shared with the drivers, the fans and the teams behind the success of these drivers. Everyone loves to win, and people work day and night to make sure that it happens.
Challenging tracks, the risk of crashing during the events and the wild cheers that rent the air are some of the important highlights of the Grand Prix season. Skilled drivers usually take to the circuits, battling for the highest honor in the races so far.
Perhaps one of the other things that rarely get mentioned, and which definitely make the races incredible, is the pride. By the end of the season, it’s always about bragging rights and who comes on top.