The circuits which Formula 1 participates on are unlike your traditional road going tracks. As such, they are distinguished by title, as they are referred to as a Grand Prix Circuit, not a Road Car Circuit. They are race tracks which may be purpose built with hundreds of millions of dollars. Or, they are so historic to racing that they have been upgraded again and again over the years in order to maintain modern standards, so that they may remain on the racing calendar. Than, their are the others, which are so adored by both teams and spectators alike, they are grand-fathered in to the series even if the facilities create a logistics nightmare for the F1 Circus. In any-case, they are each unique, with their own individuality. Here we will discuss the history behind each track, and why, as a racing driver or spectator, we love them so much.
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