Monday, February 26, 2018

TLC Formula One 2018 - Races

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Formula One 2018 - Races
Duration: March 1, 2018-February 28, 2019

Formula One, abbreviated to F1, is the highest class of open-wheeled auto racing defined by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), motorsport's world governing body. The "formula" in the name refers to a set of rules to which all participants and vehicles must conform. The Formula One World Championship season consists of a series of races, known as Grands Prix, usually held on purpose-built circuits, and in a few cases on closed city streets. The results of each race are combined to determine two annual Championships, one for drivers and one for constructors.
The season begins in March and ends in November.

Amateur Driver: 1-10 tasks
Pro Driver: 11-21 tasks


1. Australian Grand Prix @ Albert Park suburb in Melbourne.
🏎 Read a book set in Australia OR set in a suburb of a large city OR whose title begins with an A.
Alone Lisa Gardner 5/10/18

2. Grand Prix of Bahrain @ Bahrain International Circuit
🏎 Read a book set on an island OR whose title begins with a B OR that features a Prince as a major character.
Bluebird, Bluebird Attica Locke 3/9/18

3. Grand Prix of China @ Shanghai International Circuit opened in 2004. Shanghai is the most populous city proper in the world with 24 million people.
🏎 Read a book set in China OR published in 2004 OR a Series/TBR# 24.
Hardcore Twenty-Four Janet Evanovich 4/16/18

4. Azerbaijan Grand Prix @ Baku Street Circuit.
The circuit goes around the Maiden Tower, which is a 12th century monument and is covered by cloud of mysteries and legends.
🏎 Read a book with a castle or tower on the cover OR with a character that is Muslim OR a book with a four letter title.
Crow A. Zavarelli 3/11/18

5. Grand Prix Of Spain @ Circuit De Catalunya
🏎 Read a book set in Spain OR with a character that wants independence (Tell us from what) OR with a wealthy character.
Crystal Cove Lisa Kleypas 4/11/18

6. Grand Prix Of Monaco @ Circuit De Monaco
🏎 Read a book set on or near the Mediterranean Sea OR with a character that gambles OR a book with royal characters.
Paradise Lost J.A. Jance 3/12/18

7. Grand Prix Of Canada @ Gilles Villeneuve Circuit
🏎 Read a book set in Canada OR with a title with a person's name in it OR a character that speaks 2 languages. (Bonus Badge: A character that speaks French and English.)
Finnish and English
Lucifer's Tears James Thompson 3/2/18

8. French Grand Prix @ Circuit Paul Ricard, Le Castellet
🏎 Read a book set in France OR published between 1971 and 1990 OR with a title that begins with a P or R (disregard A, AN and THE).
Patterns of Change Terri DuLong 3/22/18

9. Austrian Grand Prix @ Red Bull Ring, Spielberg
🏎 Read a book set in Austria OR where a character drinks a Red Bull (Give us the sentence and page/location number.) OR where something/someone had undergone a complete change.
Reaper A. Zavarelli 3/11/18
p 7 Which reminds me that I need to get a Red Bull before it’s my turn up on stage.

10. British Grand Prix @ Silverstone Circuit
Silverstone is built on the site of a World War II Royal Air Force bomber station, RAF Silverstone. The first World Championship Grand Prix was held in 1950 at Silverstone.
🏎 Read a book set in the UK OR read a Series book #1 OR set during World War II. (Bonus Badge: A character that is in the Royal Air Force.)
Death Below Stairs Jennifer Ashley 3/6/18

11. German Grand Prix @ Hockenheimring, Hockenheim
The track has a long straight called the "Parabolika". The track is also used for music concerts.
🏎 Read a book where the first letter of each word in the title is in PARABOLIKA (two word minimum) OR where a character goes to a concert OR set in Germany.
Pucked Off Helena Hunting 4/18/18

12. Hungarian Grand Prix @ Hungaroring
This track hosted the first race behind the iron curtain. The track was built in 8 months, which was faster than any other track's build time. The first race was held on 24 March 1986, in memory of János Drapál, the first Hungarian who won motorcycle Grand Prix races.
🏎 Read a book with something iron or a curtain on the cover (please post the cover) OR with a character that rides a motorcycle OR whose author has a J in their name.
Devil's Claw J.A. Jance 3/3/18

13. Grand Prix of Belgium @ Circuit Of Spa Francorchamps
It is one of the most challenging race tracks in the world, mainly due to its fast, hilly and twisty nature. The track crosses the Eau Rouge stream and is located within the Ardennes forests.
🏎 Read a book that can be described as fast read or has a twisty plot OR with a stream or river on the cover OR set around a forest.
No One But You Brenda Novak 3/8/18

14. Italian Grand Prix @ Autodromo Nazionale Di Monza The Autodromo Nazionale Monza has hosted the most Grand Prix; it has been used as the circuit for the Italian Grand Prix 67 times.
🏎 Read a book set in Italy OR where a character goes to a car race OR with a character whose name ends in an O or A. Tell us the name.
The Ghostwriter Alessandra Torre 3/7/18

15. Singapore Grand Prix @ Marina Bay Street Circuit
🏎 Read a book where boats/ships are important to the story OR published in 2008 OR with a Ferris Wheel on the cover.
Dark Queen Faith Hunter 5/2/18

16. Russian Grand Prix @ Sochi International Street Circuit
🏎 Read a book set in Russia OR that has a street on the cover OR that is set during the Olympics. (Bonus Badge: Set during the Sochi Olympics.)
Because Of You (Survivor Series Book 1) by Emilia Finn Because Of You Emilia Finn 5/21/18

17. Japanese Grand Prix @ Suzuka International Racing Course
Suzuka is one of few circuits in the world to have a "figure eight" layout. Suzuka boasts a significant industrial market, having major factories for Sharp and Honda in its bounds.
🏎 Read a book with the word EIGHT in the title OR with a character that works in a factory OR set in Japan.
The Goodbye Quilt Susan Wiggs 5/17/18

18. United States Grand Prix @ Circuit Of Americas
COTA is the newest race track in F1. The first race was in November 2012. Texas billionaire Red McCombs was the project's largest investor.
🏎 Read a book set in Texas OR published in 2012 OR with a red cover.
Once Burned Jeaniene Frost 3/4/18

19. Mexican Grand Prix @ Autodromo Hermanos Rodríguez
This track is named after the racing drivers (brothers) Ricardo and Pedro Rodríguez. It's set in the Magdalena Mixhuca Sports City is an Olympic Park which was used during the 1968 Summer Olympics.
🏎 Read a book set in a capital city OR that features brothers OR set in summer.
Boston MA Gentleman Nine Penelope Ward 3/1/18

20. Grand Prix Of Brazil @ Autodromo Carlos Pace
F1 signed a contract with this track until 2022. The original name of the track is Interlagos meaning between lakes.
🏎 Read a book set in the near future OR with a lake on the cover OR a book set in the Southern Hemisphere.
Rock Hard Nalini Singh 4/5/18

21. Abu Dhabi Grand Prix @ Yas Marina Circuit
The twenty-one corners twist through Yas Island off the Abu Dhabi coast, passing by the marina and through the futuristic Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi Hotel and winding its way through sand dunes, with several long straights and tight corners.
The marina-based development includes a theme park, a water park, as well as residential areas, hotels and beaches.
🏎 Read a book with a 2 word title OR where a character goes to a theme or water park OR a book from one of these lists Car Racing or a book from Formula One. Tell us the list you used.
Seaside Reunion Irene Hannon 3/21/18

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