Top beautiful F1 racing tracks in the world nowadays (Part 2)

The Melbourne racetrack in Australia

Albert Park is a type of street race because it is located on the campus of the park, with cool speed full of sea breezes like Abu Dhabi, Valencia (Spain) or Sochi (Russia), it is not narrow difficult to overcome like the city street racing of Monaco or Singapore. Besides, the racetrack also has an artificial lake and is adjacent to the sea, so the temperature is quite suitable, with about 22 ° C-29 ° C.

Legendary driver Michael Schumacher made his name here in 2004 with a record 1 minute 24,125 seconds. Meanwhile, last season Ferrari racer Kimi Raikkonen won the Fastest lap title (fastest lap) with a record 1 minute 26,538 seconds.

Albert Park race track has a clockwise direction. Each round at Albert Park consists of 10 right and 6 left crabs, with a length of 5.30 km each. The total journey of the race is 307,574km after 58 laps.

The Francorchamps Spa racetrack in Belgium

Spa-Francorchamps is considered a mecca in F1 sport because of its high-speed design with classic corners such as Eau Rouge, Pouhon, or Blanchimont, which makes the F1 engine run at full capacity.

Spa-Francorchamps is the longest F1 race today

This is the longest F1 race today, the race length is 7,004 km, making the racers always have to do their best to cope with the difficulty and diversity of this track. Whereas the first and last stretches are high-speed roads with long straight lines and full-throttle corners, the mid lane is comprised of winding curves.

Monza racetrack in Italy

Monza racetrack was built in Royal Park, 15km from Rome city. It is one of the oldest racetracks in the world. Immediately after completion, the track hosted the race called the Italian Grand Prix and for more than 30 years, the race was held on different track structures.

Since then, the track has been modified many times in 1955, 1972, and 1976. After the death of Ayrton Senna, the track was modified to increase the safety of the racers but the track still retains the main structure of the original built first.