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Anticipating the future of motor sports

Motorsports are particularly thrilling, fun, and exciting sports. In addition, motorsports in recent years have played a role in throwing topics such as eco-friendly and autonomous driving, beyond the meaning of simply winning or losing in Click here games.

 

History of motorsport

The first motorsport in history was an automobile race held in 1894 by the French newspaper Le Petit Journal. The race, which started in Paris and ran a total of 126 km, was won by the inventor of the motorcycle, Count Bert de Dion. Motorsports events of the time were mainly raced on the road from one city to another.

A similar type of car racing rule emerged in 1906 when a circuit game called ‘Grand Prix’ was held in Le Mans, France. Races that clearly defined vehicle weight, engine capacity, etc. began to emerge

Motorsport today

Today’s motorsport is dominated by speed competition car racing, including the Formula One World Championship (F1). F1 is a global event mobilizing huge amounts of money and audiences. It has 425 million viewers worldwide per year and attracts up to 185,000 spectators in a single match.

In addition, according to the budget status of the 10 teams participating in F1, which was released by the Business Book GP in 2016, the annual budget of the teams participating in F1 in 2015 ranged from a minimum of 110.4 billion won to a maximum of 6235 billion won. Overseas sports marketing experts estimate the amount of money moving in the F1 market at around 27 trillion won per year. F1, a speed competition sport that competes for thousands of seconds, is also considered one of the world’s top three sports along with the Olympics and the World Cup.

 

Motorsport of the future

If today’s motorsports are mostly racing races that focus on speed competition, it is expected that ‘driverless car racing’ will become popular in the near future.

If electric vehicles and eco-friendly racing become the mainstream of motorsports in the future, what will be the atmosphere? There will be no exhaust fumes from internal combustion cars, so the air in the racing arena will be clearer.

As the times change, the way motorsports works will change, but the essence of giving the audience fun through cars will not change.