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  • ...E]]''' (born [[September 17]], [[1929]] in [[London]]) is a British [[auto racing]] driver. Moss was a pioneer in the British [[Formula One]] racing scene and is regarded as the greatest driver never to win the Formula One D
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  • The volunteers for the design judging include some the racing industry's most prominent engineers and consultants including the late [[Ca ...t to differentiate the new event from mini-Indy. Students were to design a racing car which couldn't cost over a set amount "as evidenced by receipts".
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  • '''Formula A''' (FA) is the top level of Go-kart racing or ''[[karting]]''. This class uses 100cc [[two-stroke]] engines, which m ...until they retire. Many—if not most—successful [[open-wheel]] racing drivers started their careers in karts.
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  • [[Image:irl_logo.jpg|120px|center|Indy Racing League Logo]] |Sport || [[Auto racing]]
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  • '''GP2 Series''', '''GP2''' for short, is a form of motor racing introduced in [[2005]] following the discontinuation of the long-term [[For Designed to make racing affordable for the teams and to make it the perfect training ground for lif
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  • [[Image:F3000.jpg|thumb|300px|right|'''Formula 3000 is a type of Formula Racing''']] ...es; the hope was that Formula 3000 would offer quicker, cheaper, more open racing.
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  • | category || [[Open wheel car|Open wheel racing]] ...p Auto Racing Teams (CART), the [[Championship Racing League]], the [[Indy Racing League]], and the Champ Car World Series (CCWS).
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  • ...rting]] is more likely to be a young driver's entry to serious formula car racing). ...as an entry level formula, [[Formula Vee]], the Formula Ford cars use full racing suspension setups.
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  • [[Image:LolaT332.jpg|thumb|[[1974]] [[Lola Racing Cars|Lola ]] T-332]] '''Formula 5000''' (or '''F5000''') was an auto-racing formula that ran different series in various regions around the world from
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  • The '''GP2 Series''', '''GP2''' for short, is a form of motor racing introduced in [[2005]] following the discontinuation of the long-term [[For Designed to make racing affordable for the teams and to make it the perfect training ground for lif
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  • ...h]], [[Matra]], [[Tecno]], [[Tyrrell]], [[BRM]], [[Ensign]], [[Walter Wolf Racing|Wolf]] ...be one of the best drivers never to win a championship [[Grand Prix motor racing|Grand Prix]] (GP). His reputation for bad luck was such that fellow driver
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  • ...eptember 11]], [[1978]], [[Monza]], [[Italy]]) was a Swedish [[auto racing|racing driver]]. == Formulas Two and One ==
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  • ...(''24 Heures du Mans'') is a [[sports car racing|sports car]] [[endurance racing|endurance race]] held annually since {{24hLM|1923}} near the town of [[Le M ...reliable but also fuel-efficient vehicles, since the nature of [[endurance racing]] requires as little time to be spent in the pits as possible.
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  • ...Prix racing in the post war era from 1946 to 1951, when Alfa retired from racing. ...r, Gioachino Colombo was asked by Enzo Ferrari to design a [[V-12]] sports racing car. This he did in four months; the 125S became the first Ferrari and the
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  • ...egulation. "Formulas" limiting engine capacity had been used in Grand Prix racing on a regular basis since after [[World War I]]. The engine formulae are div *[[British Racing Motors|BRM]] V16 1.5 L Compressor
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  • '''Team Ghinzani''' is a racing team based on [[Italy]], involved in many areas of [[motorsports]]. The tea | [[Lola Racing Cars|Lola]]-[[Zytek Engineering|Zytek]]
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  • '''Formula Two''', abbreviated to '''F2''', is a type of [[formula racing]]. It was replaced by [[Formula 3000]] in 1985, but in 2009 the [[Formula T ...ula One]] has generally been regarded as the pinnacle of open-wheeled auto racing, the high performance nature of the cars and the expense involved in the se
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  • ...ovide young, talented drivers with the opportunity to compete in top-level racing on a competitive budget. The FIA’s overall concern was that the cost of competing in motor racing at a level to progress directly to Formula 1 today is so high that it preve
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