Fantastic Formula 1 Coloring Pages

When we talk about Formula 1, we refer to the maximum sporting discipline inherent in open-wheeled single-seater cars.

On this page, you will get these fantastic racing cars in the following pictures below. You can choose the images you like then color them as you like. Happy coloring.

Formula 1 Coloring Pages

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The excellent world motor racing brands and the best drivers on the planet compete on circuits all over the world to win the world title.

The team that has obtained the best placings (and consequently the highest number of points) is awarded the record in the Constructors’ World Championship.

The category took its first steps in 1946 when it was established in place of Formula A (itself introduced in 1946), but only from 1950 onwards did it becomes world-class.

Managed by the International Automobile Federation (FIA), it is called “formula” because this term refers to the rules that all components (teams and drivers) must respect.

The rules indicate how to make the various cars, introducing limits and restrictions to avoid excessive disparities between the vehicles. Over the years, the regulations aimed at ensuring driver safety have also increased.

Initially, the FIA only awarded points for the world classification to the top five in each Grand Prix (8-6-4-3-2), giving an additional point to the author of the race’s fastest lap.

Starting in 1960, however, it was decided to eliminate this “bonus”, widening the range of points awarded to the first six drivers who reached the finish line (8-6-4-3-2-1).

In 1961 the scheme 9-6-4-3-2-1 was changed to 9-6-4-3-2-1, while only from 1991 on the grid 10-6-4-3-2-1 was further modified.

A further revolution took place in 2003 when it was decided to award the top eight of each Grand Prix, recognizing 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 points.

On the other hand, the scores are recognized today (25-18-15-12-10-8-6-4-2-1) and that concern the first ten cars that arrive at the checkered flag, have been introduced since 2010.

On the other hand, concerning the constructors’ title, since 1979, each team has been adding up the points obtained by their respective drivers at the end of Grand Prix.