By now, most of you have already watched the 2016 Dubai Motor Show, which was held in Dubai, the world’s largest emirate.
In that year, Dubai saw more than 500 races across three days, a record that would be shattered only two years later when the world championship was contested in Barcelona.
The race was also the most popular of the Dubai races, with fans flocking to the venues for the biggest event of the year.
In 2018, the Dubai Motor City’s first ever Grand Prix was held, and the city saw record crowds of more than 5 million.
But despite the success, it is still not the only race in the UAE, and not all races are equally popular.
Below, we’ll take a look at the best races in Europe, covering the calendar of the European races, the track layout and the weather.
We’ll also look at some of the other highlights of the event.
First up, let’s take a quick look at what makes a race in Europe special.
Europe is the fastest-growing region in the world.
The continent is expected to become a net exporter of cars by 2035, according to the World Bank.
There are now more than 1,500 European races per year, with more than 200 of them in the U.K. alone.
The biggest races in the continent are the annual European Le Mans Series (ELMS), the European Le Touareg Series (ELFTS), the Euro-Am Series (EAS), and the Eurocup Series (EPSS).
The ELS Series races are held in Germany, Italy, Austria, Belgium, France, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden and Switzerland.
In the ELS, the most common race format is the single-day format, with three days of racing, followed by two days of rest.
The FIA World Endurance Championship is also held in Europe.
Each year, the championship features a number of different tracks, and each race is hosted by a host country.
FIA World Endurance Championships 2017, hosted by Azerbaijan, took place in a number a host countries.
Elmira Race Course, an oval race on the banks of the River Erzurum, has hosted the races since 2009.
Lapierre Race Course in Belgium hosts the events since 2011.
Vorbel, the French race track, hosted the event since the year 2000.
Danish Grand Prix, hosted in the Netherlands since 2005, was held on the first day of the season.
Wiggle High Stakes and Belgian Grand Prix hosted on the same day in 2014.
Nissan Formula E Series race has been held in Belgium since 2016.
All the races are televised live on Formula E, and there are a number that are streamed on the Formula E website.
European Grand Prix has been hosted in France since 2012.
It’s the first year the event has hosted its race in Paris.
La Mondiale Grand Prix is hosted in Italy since 2016, and its most famous race is the Rallye Monte Carlo.
Race on the River Le Grand, hosted at the famous Dunkerque, has been in operation since 1971.
Grand Prix du Sud has been run since 1986.
Eurocup Series is hosted every four years, with each race featuring a number and format of events.
Tauros and Spa-Francorchamps have been held since 2005.
Giro d’Italia, held in Italy from June to October, is hosted annually.
Amstel Gold Race, held from September to December, is held every year.
MotoGP is held in Spain every four seasons.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is held annually in South Africa.
Supercars is hosted for the first time in Spain since 2000.
Rio 2016, hosted on July 3, was the first race to be held in Barcelona since the 2014 World Series.
Rio Olympic Games, held every four summers since 2004, has always hosted the Olympics.
At the start of the 2018 season, the race hosted in Barcelona was the largest race in terms of spectators in the entire country.
The event was held over two days, with the top three winners competing for gold medals.
Formula E Race of Champions was hosted on January 13, 2019.
Sprint Cup Series, held annually since 2012, is the second longest-running racing series in the European Union.
Indian Super League is hosted on May 11 every year in India.
German Grand Prix hosts the races every year, but it was not the case for the 2017 edition.
Renault Formula E Championship is hosted once a year in Germany.
Indoor and outdoor F1 races are also held every three years in Germany and France.
Top Gear Europe has hosted three races since 2018