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Formula 1 (F1) began in the 1920/30s as the European Championship of Grand Prix motor racing. It's now the highest class of intentional auto racing for single-seat vehicles.
The season consists of drivers and teams competing in a series of races worldwide called Grand Prix. The results are point-based and determine two champions - Drivers and Constructors.
MotoGP showcases elite motorcycle road racing. It’s regulated by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM). It began in 1949, and the first season involved six races for four classes of motor engine size and a sidecar division.
MotoGP consists of of series of Grand Prix races across different countries. Like Formula 1, it uses a point system to determine the winners.
There are also Moto2 and Moto3 classes, which generally showcase the best up-and-coming talent in two-wheel racing.
IndyCar racing is an American-based open-wheel sport with roots dating back as far as 1905. The sport’s centrepiece is the world-famous Indy 500.
It’s a 500-mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway course. The event is typically held over Memorial Day weekend.
There's also the Indy Lights series to enjoy, which is the development series for IndyCar. There is also the Indy Pro 2000 and the US F2000. These races use specifically built open-wheel cars.
The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) is another American-based competition specialising in stock car racing.
NASCAR races take place at nearly 50 different tracks across 48 states throughout the year.
UK bettors can find Monster Energy Cup, Xfinity and Craftsman Truck Series markets at online sportsbooks.