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F1 RACE: Styrian GP race: Hamilton made his return impressively

Not only successfully proving his extraordinary ability during the very first beginning rounds, but Lewis Hamilton has also successfully finished the race first when entering the main race. He became the winner of the Styrian GP 2020 championship, which marked an impressive return of the present champion after the unsatisfying beginning race. Valtteri Bottas closed the race with a final 1-2 victory for Mercedes.

On the recent Sunday afternoon, the second race within the Red Bull racetrack took place under a flavorable weather condition which was much better than the previouse Saturday afternoon when the qualifying round took place. The racing field temperature at the time when the race took place was 19ºC while the pavement temperature was 39ºC.


The three-step back penalty on the Leclerc/Ferrari starting line only changed their positions to be outside of the top 10, and the Monaco driver started the 14th. Roman Grosjean had to start his race from the pit-lane after the team had to intervene into this driver’s vehicle after the qualifying round takes place.

Strategically, if choosing to start with a set of soft tires (Soft), the drivers will have some options: about 30 laps then switch to hard tires – or run the first 2stint with Soft in about 50 laps then switch to Medium tire (Medium). If racers choose to use Medium tire when starting,they will experience about 32 turns to Soft tires, or 27 turns to Hard tires.
At the starting line, most racers opt for new Soft tires to start the race. As soon as the race started, Hamilton remained his position at the top, Verstappen found the race quite difficult, however, fortunately maintained the rank 2.

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The most attractive speed sports in the world (Part 2)

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.