From F1 to NASCAR, what drives motorsport
Formula One: The premier motorsport event, the first edition of the modern Formula One took place in Turin, Italy, in 1946.
Formula One: F1 is hosted at different race tracks around the world. The Monaco Grand Prix is considered the most prestigious F1 competition.
Formula One: Despite state-of-the-art safety features, F1 is still a relatively dangerous sport.
NASCAR Cup Series: The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) was founded in 1948.
NASCAR Cup Series: Since 2001, the Cup Series season has consisted of 36 races over 10 months.
NASCAR Cup Series: From its inception, the premier series of NASCAR has seen 28 driver fatalities, the most recent of which occurred in February 2001.
Daytona 500: The Daytona 500 is the most iconic of the NASCAR Cup Series races.
Daytona 500: The Daytona 500 has opened the NASCAR season every February since 1982.
24 Hours of Le Mans: The world's most famous sports car endurance race, the 24 Hours of Le Mans is also the world's oldest active endurance racing event.
24 Hours of Le Mans: The ultimate test of man and machine, Le Mans is all about driving a car the furthest distance in a 24-hour time period.