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Formula 1 Diecast Models

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Formula One, abbreviated to F1, and also known as Grand Prix racing, is the highest class of auto racing defined by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), motor sport's world governing body. The "formula" in the name is a set of rules which all participants and cars must meet. The F1 world championship season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix, held usually on purpose-built circuits, and in a few cases on closed city streets. The results of each race are combined to determine two annual World Championships, one for drivers and one for constructors.

It is a massive television event, with millions of people watching each race in 200 countries. The cars race at high speeds, often greater than 300 km/h (190 mph) and are capable of pulling up to 4 g in some corners. The formula introduces a number of restrictions and specifications that cars must meet. These are designed, amongst other things, to keep the ever-increasing cornering speeds in safe ranges. The performance of the cars is highly dependent on electronics, aerodynamics, suspension and tyres. The formula has seen many evolutions and changes through the history of the sport. There have been many different types of engines; normally aspirated, supercharged and turbocharged, ranging from straight-4 to H16, with displacements from 1.5 litres to 4.5 litres. The maximum power achieved in the history of the series was around 1,200 bhp (900 kW) in racing trim, during the 1980s turbo era.

Europe is Formula One's traditional centre and remains its leading market. However, Grands Prix are held all over the world and, with new races in Bahrain, China, Malaysia, Turkey and the United States since 1999, its scope continues to expand. Of the 16 races in 2007 9 are outside Europe. As the world's most expensive sport, its economic effect is significant, and its financial and political battles are widely observed. Its high profile and popularity makes it an obvious merchandising environment, which leads to very high investments from sponsors, translating into extremely high budgets for the constructor teams. However, in recent years several teams have gone bankrupt or been bought out by other companies.

The sport is regulated by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (International Automobile Federation more commonly abbreviated as FIA), with its headquarters in Place de la Concorde, Paris. Its current president is Max Mosley. Formula One's commercial rights are vested in the Formula One Group, now owned by Alpha Prema. Although now a minority shareholder, the sport is still generally promoted and controlled by Bernie Ecclestone.

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Formula 1 calendar 2012

Friday March 16 - Sunday March 18 Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne
Friday March 23 - Sunday March 25 Malaysian Grand Prix - Sepang
Friday April 13 - Sunday April 15 Chinese Grand Prix - Shanghai
Friday April 20 - Sunday April 22 Bahrain Grand Prix - Manama
Friday May 11 - Sunday May 13 Spanish Grand Prix - Barcelona
Friday May 25 - Sunday May 27 Monaco Grand Prix - Monte Carlo
Friday June 8 - Sunday June 10 Canadian Grand Prix - Montreal
Friday June 22 - Sunday June 24 European Grand Prix - Valencia
Friday July 6 - Sunday July 8 British Grand Prix - Silverstone
Friday July 20 - Sunday July 22 German Grand Prix - Hockenheim
Friday July 27 - Sunday July 29 Hungarian Grand Prix - Budapest
Friday August 31 - Sunday September 2 Belgian Grand Prix - Spa
Friday September 7 - Sunday September 9 Italian Grand Prix - Monza
Friday September 21 - Sunday September 23 Singapore Grand Prix - Singapore
Friday October 5 - Sunday October 7 Japanese Grand Prix - Suzuka
Friday October 12 - Sunday October 14 Korean Grand Prix - Yeongam
Friday October 26 - Sunday October 28 Indian Grand Prix - New Delhi
Friday November 2 - Sunday November 4 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - Abu Dhabi
Friday November 16 - Sunday November 18 Grand Prix d'Etats-Unis - Austin, TX
Friday November 23 - Sunday November 25 Brazilian Grand Prix - São Paulo


Formula1 Die Cast Car Models

1/12, 1/18, 1/24, 1/43 scale Diecast Car, Bike, Truck and Plane models from all the top manufacturers including AutoArt, Maisto, Bauer, Bburago, CMC, Minichamps, Mira, Motor Max, GMP, IXO, Road Legends, Motor City Classics, UT Models, ERTL, Kyosho, Signature Models, Precision Miniatures, Sun Star, First Gear, Exoto,  Hotwheels, Welly, Highway 61, Greenlight, Jada Toys, Johnny Lightning, Ricko, Revell, Shelby Collectables, Spark, Franklin Mint, Unique Replicas, New Ray, True Scale Miniatures, American Diorama, Ixo, GMP, Autoworld, First Gear, Biante, So Real Concepts, Spark, Vitesse, Liberty Classics, Norev, Code 3, GMP/Acme, Motor City Classics, Washington Mint, HPI Racing.

  2007 A1 GP Overall Winner Team Germany Formula 1 Diecast Car Model 1/18 by Autoart Mercedes Grand Prix Diecast Models
2007 A1 GP Overall Winner Team Germany Formula 1 Diecast Car Model 1/18 by Autoart
Mercedes Grand Prix Diecast Models
1961 Ferrari Dino 156 F1 3 Diecast Car Model 1/18 2nd Place GP Germany Nurburgring  Wolfang Graf Berghe von Tripps 1 of 6000 Produced by CMC Ferrari Diecast Car Formula 1 Models Lotus Diecast Car Models
Lotus Diecast Car Formula 1 Models
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Maserati Diecast Car Formula 1 Models
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Sauber Formula 1 Diecast Models
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Williams  Diecast Car Formula 1 Models



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