Formula One racing (F1) is the pinnacle of motorsports. Various Grands Prix (GP) took place beginning in 1906, before in 1950 a few of those annual events were organized by the Fédération Internationale de l‘Automobile (FIA) into the first World Driver’s Championship (WDC) season. A World Constructor’s Championship (WCC) for the teams that race the cars was inaugurated in 1958. At first the rulebook was rather short – build your engine under a certain displacement, depending on whether or not it is naturally aspirated. Since then the FIA regulations have expanded to cover everything from the weight of the car to how many engines can be used over the course of a season and the calendar has grown to include roughly 20 races. There is still the financial reward of winning a Grand Prix but the money is assigned on the basis of WCC ranking, which itself is derived from the sum of WDC points scored by a team’s drivers.