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The FIA has devised a points system to spell out what it takes to achieve a Formula One Super License.

With Max Verstappen set to make his controversial debut this year at the age of 17 and just one year out of karts, the governing body has moved to toughen the criteria for obtaining the mandatory F1 credential.

Starting in 2016, F1 drivers will need to be at least 18, hold a valid road driving license, and accrue a minimum level of experience and success in minor formulas.

For instance, although Verstappen finished third in last year's FIA European F3 championship, that would have earned him only 20 points under the new Super License system devised by the FIA for 2016.

Only the champion in European F3, LMP1 sports cars and IndyCar would obtain the 40 points necessary to qualify for a 2016 Super License, it has emerged.

Future GP3 champions, on the other hand, will score only 30...

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1. Who organises the Formula One World Championship?

The sporting branch of the...

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Learn more about FIA Super Licence

The FIA Super Licence is a qualification allowing the licence holder to take part in Formula One events as a driver. The licence is issued by the FIA upon request.

To qualify for an FIA Super Licence the requesting driver must already be the holder of a Grade A competition licence, and additionally meet the requirements of the FIA International Sporting Code, Appendix L.

These requirements state that the driver must be either the reigning champion in a lower category of motor sport, for example Formula 3 or GP2 Series (formerly known as Formula 3000), or must have consistently finished well in these categories. For example, a driver finishing in the first three 5 times within the last two years in GP2 will be eligible for a Super Licence.

Additionally, drivers who have competed in the Champ Car World Series or the Indy Racing League are eligible for a Super Licence if they finished within the first six places of the...

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Formula One refers to the company, not to the sport itself
Formula 1 (numerical) refers to thevsport

The Formula One Group is a group of companies responsible for the promotion of the FIA Formula One World Championship and exploitation of the sport's commercial rights. The Group is owned ultimately by Delta Topco, a Jersey-based company owned by CVC Capital Partners' funds (approximately 70%) and JPMorgan (approximately 20%). Bernie Ecclestone's family trust owns the remainder apart from small shares held by financial advisers and Ecclestone himself.
"Formula One Group" strictly refers to Formula One Management, Formula One Administration and Formula One Licensing BV, which are subsidiaries of the Formula One Holdings holding company. However Delta Topco owns other Formula One businesses which are referred to in the same way. Delta Topco Limited is now the holding company of the Formula One group. Delta Topco have also other arms of the business....

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Formula One, also known as Formula 1 or F1 and referred to officially as the FIA Formula One World Championship, is the highest class of single-seater auto racing sanctioned by the...

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1. Who organizes the Formula One World Championship?
The sporting branch of the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile, FIA Sport. The FIA governs motor sport world-wide and, as such, administers the Formula One and World Rally Championships, and the F3000 and GT Championships, as well as all other international motor sport.

The Formula One World Championship was created in 1950 and is the oldest FIA Championship. It also has the greatest media impact. It is estimated that the sixteen Grand Prix of the 1998 season attracted over 55 billion television viewers, whilst the printed press maintained a significant presence, with an average of 650 journalists and photographers from 63 countries traveling from all over the world to cover each event.

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2. How far back does Formula One go?
There was no "formula" from the heroic era of the motor car in 1894 (the year of the first motor race in history, from Paris to Rouen)...

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Former drivers

The first Japanese Formula One driver was Hiroshi Fushida. He qualified for the 1975 Dutch Grand Prix, but a blown engine prevented him from starting the race. He failed to qualify for the British round later in the season.

Masahiro Hasemi started one World Championship race, the 1976 Japanese Grand Prix. He came into the event having won the non-championship Japanese GP the year prior. He finished the race 11th and 7 laps down, the last classified finisher.

Masami Kuwashima was entered in the 1976 Japanese GP with Wolf-Williams. He participated in the first practice session and was promptly replaced with Hans Binder having posted very uncompetitive times. He never entered another event.

Noritake Takahara participated in the Japanese Grands Prix of 1976 and 1977. He finished 9th in the former and retired following a first-lap crash with Mario Andretti and Binder in the latter.

Motocross turned open-wheel racer Kazuyoshi Hoshino...

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The FIA Super Licence is a qualification allowing the licence (license) holder to take part in Formula One Grands Prix as a driver. The licence is issued by the FIA upon request.

There are several requirements to qualify for an FIA Super Licence. The driver requesting the licence must already have a Grade A competition licence. They must also meet the requirements of the FIA International Sporting Code, Appendix L. Appendix L lists other racing experience required. One of the following is required:

The driver must be the current champion in one of the lower FIA racing series. Examples of the lower series include Formula 3 (British, Italian, Japanese or Euroseries) or Formula Two (formerly known as GP2 and Formula 3000), The driver must have finished well on a regular basis in one of the above categories. Drivers who have competed in the IndyCar Series are eligible for a Super Licence if they finished in the top six places of the drivers championship. This allows drivers...
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The FIA (International Automobile Federation) Super Licence is a qualification allowing the licence-holder to compete in the Formula One World Championship as a driver. The licence is issued to drivers who have met criteria of success in junior motorsport categories, or in exceptional circumstances, those who have not met those criteria but have demonstrated "outstanding ability in single-seater formula cars" and achieved 300 kilometres (190 miles) of running in a Formula One car.

Requirements[edit]

To qualify for an FIA super licence the requesting driver must already be the holder of a grade A competition licence, and additionally meet the requirements of the 2013 FIA International Sporting Code, Appendix L.[1][2] These requirements state that the driver must be either the reigning champion in a lower category of motor sport, for example Formula 3 (Euroformula Open Championship or Japanese championship), Formula 2, or must have consistently finished well in these...

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Nico Rosberg

finished second in the Drivers' Championship, 67 points behind Hamilton. He also won the inaugural Pole Trophy.

The 2014 Formula One season was the 68th season of FIA Formula One motor racing. It featured the 2014 Formula One World Championship, a motor racing championship for Formula One cars, recognised by the sport's governing body, the...

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"Hello everyone! I started studying last Friday for 4 hours each day, I did each Pa test 3 or 4 times then when I felt like I was ready Sunday I started to practice the PA simulator exam mode test over and over again, read the handbook the same way non stop! Today passed my test in 3min and 1 mistake got my permit. I gotta admit this online training helped the process soooo much! The questions are very similar to the real test. But don’t forget to read the handbook the same way, go back to each chapter as many time as you can!"

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"Here’s a most recent review of this...

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Licensed by Formula One Administration Limited, F1 Career Challenge lets the player assume the role of an up and coming rookie on his quest to become the best there is. Completing difficult license tests, winning races, and building a general reputation with their peers is how players will advance over the game's four-year setup. To add the usual bells and whistles we've come to expect from EA Sports, F1CC will also feature customizable helmet designs, improved artificial intelligence, motion captured mechanics, and personalized feedback from the team boss and chief MC. Not to mention all the cars, drivers, racetracks, drivers, and team changes made during the 1999-2002 race season -- which are in the game as well.

Release Date: June 23, 2003

MSRP: 39.99 USD

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Developer: Visual...

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