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  Formula One
What's Formula One?
What's a Grand Prix?
How are races won?
Where do they race?
Can anyone race Formula One?
Who's racing in 2004?
2004 Calendar

 
McLaren driver Britain's David Coulthard in a practice session at the Spa-Francorchamps What's a Grand Prix?
The drivers in Formula One race in Grands Prix (French for Big Prizes) which count towards the Formula One World Championship.

The minimum distance of a Grand Prix is 305 km, but no race can last for more than two hours.


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