The starting order of the race is typically determined by Qualifying (Quali) is a one-hour session used to determine pole position and the order the cars will line up behind... There's more..., however, with the introduction of sprint races, the result of the sprint determines the starting order for the Formula 1 has one race on most weekends so it is "The Race", however in 2021 F1 introduced a Sprint... There's more... on these weekends.
The cars line up in a predetermined At the start of the race, the cars form a grid from the pole position on the start line. The... There's more..., two abreast and slightly offset with the faster qualifying car being slightly ahead.
The start The grid is a reference to the starting order of the race is typically determined by qualifying, however, with the... There's more... ensures cars are evenly spaced to minimise incidents when the lights go out but there will always be plenty of action as the The field is a reference to the full grid of cars, from pole to the backmarkers. Consider it in the... There's more... jockey for position at the first series of corners.
This is referred to as a A standing start is where cars line up on the grid and start from a static position when the start... There's more... as opposed to a In a rolling start, the cars are ordered on the track and are led on a certain number of laps,... There's more....