Every time a race ends, 10 F1 teams will leave for the next race venue. This migration takes place continuously across 4 continents (except Africa), from March every year and only takes a break when October ends. This is the time to prepare for a new racing season.
4. GP motorcycle racing
Born from the 40s of the twentieth century, GP Motorcycles are known as one of the great motorcycle racing competitions because of their fierce competition and the thrill and attraction through each race.
To increase the attractiveness of this dramatic speed sport, the World Federation of Motorcycles (FIM) has introduced a new law to increase the engine cylinder capacity of vehicles participating in GP motorcycles from 800 to 1,000 cubic centimeters. The minimum weight of the car has also been increased from 150 kg to 153 kg and FIM also does not limit the rpm.
Just like F1 racing, GP motorcycle racing is the place to show off the peak technology platform of the motorcycle industry, 14 participating teams are outstanding riders full of passion, quickness and courage.
5. Dog racing
Dog racing was first organized in 1876 in the United Kingdom, then the United States (1920) and spread to other continents. In Southeast Asia, Vietnam is the only place where dog racing is organized. The greyhound breed is called the Gray hound.
People love Greyhound because they run very fast. So they are used to hunt gazelles and hares. In ancient Egypt, the Greyhound was used to escort Pharaohs and families as a manifestation of power.
Still a representative of speed, bravery and agility, but Greyhound dogs are not aggressive but on the contrary they are gentle, friendly and lovely. After 1 week of training and training by the trainers, the dogs were brought out to compete. On average, in his lifetime, each dog plays about 100 times.