Formula one automobile racing has its roots in the european grand prix championships of the 1920s and 1930s though the foundation of the modern formula one began in 1946 with the federation internationale de lautomobiles fia standardisation of rules which was followed by a world championship of drivers in 1950 the sports history parallels the evolution of its technical regulations. Formula one the formula in the name refers to a set of rules to which all participants and cars must comply and was originally and briefly known as formula a can trace its roots back to the earliest days of motor racing and emerged from the buoyant european racing scene of the inter war years . The grand prix history encyclopedic website has been in existence since march of 1997 during that time it has covered the history of formula 1 as well as early grand prix racing the german silver arrows the mille miglia and other legendary auto racing events. British drivers dominated in the formula one races of 1960s colin chapmans team lotus took the championship to new standards in formula one racing jim clark exploited his talent to the utmost and created history on his lotus 33 re introduction of mid engined cars was a major development of this period. Free and simple registration required to view this content register or sign in 1950s and 1960s
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