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formula 1 events the grand
Every Grand Prix circuit has an area called the paddock. This is the heart of racing. All tires
needed by a group are equipped here. Each of the competing groups has its own space within the
paddock. Mobile workshop units and racing car transporters are based right here too. Racing fans
never get to learn much of what goes on in here; just snippet views on television. Right here you
will certainly find vans, articulated trucks and other cars painted with their respective team colors
and logo designs. These vehicles are accountable for hauling spares, fuel, bodywork and pit
equipment to keep the Grand Prix running.
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When you consider what it takes for a team to take part in a race, the scale is massive. Take for
instance, a Grand Prix event set to take place in Australia. Groups have to initially pack their
equipment in unique boxes prior to delivering them to the airport of departure.
For races taking location within Europe, likewise referred to as brief haul, much of the devices is
delivered through roadway networks. Races taking location outside Europe or long haul races in
other words, need airlifting of everything that will certainly be required by a group. Each group is
supported by a fleet of trucks and specially made transport automobiles.
Teams need to reach least a week before beginning of races. This allows them ample time to
establish their assigned garage locations in the paddock. A Formula 1 agent oversees the
positioning of teams. There is a pecking order to be followed. Winners of the previous year's world
champion must be stationed near the pit lane. Other groups follow in that order. There is eager
focus on detail when laying out the paddock. This is the culture of Formula 1. The paddock also
houses media centers, administration locations and observation boxes for VIPs.