The first Formula 1 motor home was a crude camper trailer in the early 1970s. Today the motor homes have evolved into traveling palaces almost as ingenious in their construction as the racing cars themselves. Each team creates its own style of motor home. What they all have in common, however, is that they all travel from race to race in Europe via the public highways, as each motor home deconstructors into a regular semi truck. Teams arrive long before the race weekend and assemble the motor home, most of them using the truck as a base for the final building. The buildings are then taken apart on the Sunday and Monday following the race, and they either return to the team headquarters, or travel on to the next race.
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