# Formula One/Two/Three etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishFormula One/Two/Three etcFormula One/Two/Three etcTTCDSOa type of car racing, in which the different types are based on the size of the cars’ engines a Formula One car → formula

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Formula One/Two/Three etc• And I don't think many people appreciate the physical demands of actually driving a Formula One car, especially through corners.• She knew that in between Formula One obligations he had, amazingly, managed to keep his construction interests afloat.• It's almost embarrassing the way his Oxfordshire-based team have dominated Formula One this season.• Villeneuve, who had collided with Ralf Schumacher, gets paid £10MILLION for risking life and limb in Formula One.• Like its Formula Two counterpart it was removed from the international calendar at the end of 1984.• If the Formula One circus is so bothered about avoiding accidents, why not run the entire race behind the safety car?
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