Most Popular Car Events Worldwide

Car events are a great source of leisure for the automotive enthusiasts. The excitement of cars diversity, competition prestige, well known drivers, winners, cups, the winner shows at the end, all these make the competitions have a certain spark that attracts fans and car passionate people. The events below are so important in the motorsport world that any fan would travel or would want to travel to see them live.

While some events are local and small, some are huge events and are known worldwide. Below are some of the most prestigious car events in the world listed in no particular order. Enjoy!

24 Hours of Le Mans – first held 1923

It it held annually and it takes place in northeastern France on the Circuit de la Sarthe. It is held in June and since 1923 it is considered to be the greatest endurance test for the cars and their drivers. They have to drive a total of 5233.53 km for 24 hours without sustaining mechanical damage. Porsche is the most successful manufacturer with 18 victories and a record of 7 in a row.

Below you can see the highlights of 2016’s 24 Hours of Le Mans.

NASCAR Night Race at Bristol – first held in 1961

It’s a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series held in Bristol at Bristol Motor Speedway in the United States. It takes place in August and the ticket price may vary between $30 to $220 depending on how many nights you stay. The most successful manufacturer of the event is Chevrolet with 21 wins, and the winner in 2016 was Kevin Harvick driving the No. 4 Chevrolet SS.

Italian Grand Prix – first held in 1921

The Italian GP is basically the best show in Formula 1. It is an exciting event that takes place at Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, northern Italy, in September. The ticket prices are from €79 for race-day general admission, up to €3443 for a three-day F1 Paddock Club experience.

The most successful car manufacturer is Ferrari with 19 wins, and the driver with most wins is Michael Schumacher who won the contest 5 times. Last year’s winner was Lewis Hamilton driving a Mercedes F1 W06 Hybrid.

Here are are the quick highlights from the 2015 Italian Gran Prix.

Indianapolis 500 – first held in 1911

The Indianapolis 500 is an event over 100 year old. It is considered the Greatest Spectacle in Racing and it is part of the Triple Crown in Motorsport. It is an event that lasts an entire weekend, on Memorial Day, and it takes place in on Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in Indianapolis, Indiana. The ticket cost is between $40 ans $150. This year’s winner was a rookie, named Alexander Rossi driving a Honda. Take a look at the event’s highlights.

Bathurst 1000 – first held in 1960

The Bathurst 1000 is currently called the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 and it is a touring car race that takes place on Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. It takes place on the second weekend in October, and last year’s competition was won by Craig Lownders and Steven Richards driving a Holden VF Commodore. The 2015’s highlights are in the video below.

The Monte Carlo Rally – first held in 1911

The Monte Carlo Rally is an event for rally cars that is organized by Automobile Club De Monaco, in Monaco. It is held over four days in January and it is part of the World Rally championship. This year’s event was held at Gap, Hautes-Alpes and it was the first round of the 2016 World Rally Championship. The winner and champion was Sebastien Ogier and his co-driver Julien Ingrassia, driving a Volkswagen Polo R WRC. Here are the highlights.

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