My ambition is to become a f1 (formula 1 driver).What can i do first?

I am an Indian but i'm not getting the right way to inter into the world of f1 .As u all know that Micheal Sumarcher and Indian also Like Narain Kartkein . Plez help me how i could be in the race track. I'm waiting for urs answer. Please send some positive result

Asked By: sonal - 10/26/2006
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It would be beneficial if you had a karting background but you should stuff your wallet with a lot of money or get a sponsor who will spend plenty of cash, and head for England where many of the circuits have racing schools. Enroll in one and learn the basics of driving a race car. From there you can usually buy a ride... More
Answered By: Gregnir - 10/26/2006
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money helps................
Answered By: cork - 10/26/2006
Most Formula One drivers agree that participating in Go-Kart Racing is the most similiar style to Formula One cars. Thus if you want to know if you got what it takes. Plus you need, lots and lots of seat time and true dedication is really needed to suceed. It's no different as in any other sport, true dedication... More
Answered By: Funny Car - 10/26/2006
Get into karting and FORMULA 3. Hope you have a tons of patience and monies.
Answered By: brogdenuk - 10/27/2006
Hate to break the news to you, but if you aren't already racing cars and winning, the odds of you ever sitting in a F1 car are just about nil. If you have the money and time and want to race cars, start out racing the Skip Barber Race Series, win the championship, go to Europe, race for someone over there and work your... More
Answered By: ncjay08 - 10/27/2006
you must be under 13 to start driving karting then if you win (it takes about 5 years) you go to formula 3000 and if you become the champion (if you are really good it takes about 2 years) you finnaly go to F1 of course you have to be talented,lucky,and young
Answered By: nicky - 10/28/2006
get to F3000, go-kart racing, GP2, and u might suceed. P.S. Michael Schumacher is German, not Indian
Answered By: bhz122 - 10/29/2006
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