It is time to test who's got the toughest of the nerves. The stunning Albert Park and the stretches of road ahead at the striking backdrop of Melbourne's skyline are gearing up to find out the newest sensation, who can set the trail ablaze by driving at more than 300 km/h speed. You got it right; it is time for the LXXIII ING Australian Grand Prix 2008. And before you set out to cheer for your choice of 'Topseed', just check out the Racing Categories at Australian Grand Prix 2008.
Car racing has been urging on sports-lovers of the world ever since it began soon after the construction of the first successful petrol-fueled autos. Going back in time, it was in 1894, that the first contest was organized by Paris magazine Le Perit Journal. Thereafter it has undergone huge modification in all aspects. Today car-racing, in the broad sense can be classified into many categories, like:
Touring car racing
Production car racing
Stock car racing
Targa Racing (Targa Rally)
Sports car racing
But, when it comes to the Formula One Racing, it is the 'laps' that are considered the yardstick of categorization. The quickest lap run during a race is considered the fastest lap and as far as Racing Categories at Australian Grand Prix 2008 are considered, the fastest lap will be awarded in conventional manner. Though you will have to wait to find out the winner of Racing Types at Australian Grand Prix 2008, Michael Schumacher holds the current record for the most fastest laps with 76.
If you look at the Australian Grand Prix Formula1Racing Types in 2007, the details were:
Course Temporary street circuit