The Circuit de Monaco is a street racing circuit located in the Principality of Monaco hosts the Grand Prix of Monaco Formula 1. It was founded in 1920 by Anthony Nogues. Also known as Montecarlo circuit because much of its route is in Montecarlo. Due to its special configuration with tight corners and short straights, the most important thing in it is the ability of the pilots against the power of machines. The route is considered one of the most complex to draw, besides being one of the most dangerous. Here we have lamented deaths like Lorenzo Bandini in 1967. In addition there have been other serious accidents like Wendlinger or Patrick Tambay at the Grand Prix of Monaco, 1984. The Italian Grand Prix is one of the oldest world championship events motorsports. The first world championship was held on September 4, 1921 in Brescia (before it was called Formula 1). The track was built in 1922 in time for the championship that year. There have run most of the major awards in Italy. The Italian Grand Prix is part of Formula 1 since its inception and has been on the calendar every year. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway, located in Indianapolis, United States is the headquarters Speedway Indianapolis 500, the race on ovals world’s largest and most important in the United States, and the United States Grand Prix Formula 1. The F1 circuit measuring 4,192 km, while the oval is of 4,024 km (as for Nascar). The famous racing drivers left for history. Champions who have demonstrated their dominance for years in the racing circuit. Michael Schumacher is a German pilot who made his debut in F1 in 1991 in Jordan escuederia (currently there). After a rookie season was regularly hired by Benetton, which won Scuderia in its first two championships (1994 and 95). In 1996 was incorporated into the ranks of Ferrari, unfortunately in 1997 in a race track threw the pilot Villeneuve was withdrawn his pilot’s license as well as the exclusion of that season. Back in the 98 to take second place, behind Mika Häkkinen. In 1999 after a very serious accident’m out for the rest of the season. In his comeback in 2000 came to win five consecutive seasons (2000, 01, 02, 03 and 04.) The September 10, 2006, after winning the Italian Grand Prix and be the winningest driver in F1 history, announced his retirement. Another driver has become a symbol is Ayrton Senna. Born in Brazil in 1960 and died in competition at the Autodromo Enzo and Dino Ferrari during the San Marino Grand Prix, on May 1, 1994. He was three times world champion in 1988, 1990 and 1991. He also managed two second places in 1989 and 1993, the two behind his great rival Frenchman Alain Prost. The computer where Senna debuted in Formula 1 was Toleman in 1983, and then from 1985-1987 competing in Lotus, from 1988 to 1993 in 1994, McLaren and Williams. In 1950, in response to the World Motorcycling Championship began in 1949, the International Automobile Federation (FIA) organized the first World Championship Formula 1 pilots called this new competition, began normally aspirated 4.5-liter or 1.5-liter supercharged. Italian teams Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, and Maserati dominated the early years, but manufacturers of other nationalities were also involved, such as French or British attempt Talbot BRM, including some private cars were involved in local races. In 1954 the Mercedes cars swept the next two seasons, winning all but two races. However, at the end of 1955 Mercedes disappeared as quickly as it came, retiring from automotive skills the next thirty years because of a disastrous accident in the 24 Hours of LeMans. In 1961, in an attempt to slow speeds, restricted F1 engines supercharged 1.5 liter not a rule in effect for five years. Ferrari may have used their cars experienced engine Formula Two intermediate but chose to go a step further by designing a sophisticated car powered by a V6 to 120. This led to the dominance of Ferrari in the 1961 season while British teams struggled to get a proper engine. Porsche entered F1 in 1962 and won a race, but eventually withdrew due to high costs. The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing currently represents the automotive category over U.S. trade and auto racing world’s largest factory. Automobile Member of Competition Committee for the United States. Brands that currently competing are: Ford with the Ford Fusion in the NASCAR Cup, and the Ford Mustang in the Nationwide Series, the Chevrolet Impala Chevrolet in the Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series, Toyota with the Toyota Camry and Dodge both his, also traditional, Dodge Charger in the Sprint Cup, and the Dodge Challenger Nationwide Series. Onsite Pontiac also used to participate in the competition, however, it left after posting unflattering results. the particularity of these competitions is based, mostly, they are often run oval circuits and automobiles are always set, ie cars whose basic design is a car left the factory. currently, cars are manufactured by specialists based on profiles and detailed specifications for NASCAR and motors are supplied by major manufacturers ensuring equal competition level for all participants.