In total, 68 different circuits have hosted (or will host) a World Championship races.
Where are all of the F1 tracks?
|Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya ✔||Race circuit||Spanish Grand Prix|
|Circuit de Monaco ✔||Street circuit||Monaco Grand Prix|
|Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours||Race circuit||French Grand Prix|
|Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps ✔||Race circuit||Belgian Grand Prix|
Who owns F1 tracks?
In late 2016, Liberty Media agreed to buy controlling interest in the Formula One Group for $4.4 billion (£3.3 billion). The deal was approved by regulators and completed on 23 January 2017. Chase Carey subsequently became chief executive of the Group.
How are F1 tracks chosen?
Money. Promoters pay the enormous sanctioning fees to host a Grand Prix at a particular venue. The track needs to meet FIA Grade 1 standards in order for F1 to race there.
Which Grand Prix is the hardest?
Heading into the fifth race of the 2021 F1 season this weekend at the Monaco Grand Prix, Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas has explained why the historic circuit is the most difficult track for the drivers to handle.