A2 Level (Elementary)

  1. What colors do you see on Formula 1 cars?
  2. How do you think a Formula 1 driver feels during a race?
  3. What is a Formula 1 race?
  4. Do you like watching car races? Why or why not?
  5. What kind of clothes do Formula 1 drivers wear?
  6. How fast do you think Formula 1 cars go?
  7. What countries have Formula 1 races?
  8. Can you name any famous Formula 1 drivers?
  9. What do people do at a Formula 1 race?
  10. How do you think the cars stay safe during a race?
  11. What sounds do you hear at a Formula 1 race?
  12. Why do you think people like Formula 1 racing?
  13. Would you like to drive a Formula 1 car? Why?
  14. What are the rules of a Formula 1 race?
  15. How do teams win in Formula 1?
  16. What do you think is the most exciting part of a race?
  17. Do you think Formula 1 racing is a sport?
  18. How do you think drivers practice for a race?
  19. What kind of people watch Formula 1 races?
  20. Do you think Formula 1 racing is dangerous?

B1 Level (Intermediate)

  1. What makes Formula 1 different from other car races?
  2. How do Formula 1 teams prepare for a race?
  3. Discuss the role of teamwork in Formula 1 racing.
  4. How has Formula 1 racing changed over the years?
  5. What skills do you think are important for a Formula 1 driver?
  6. Talk about the importance of technology in Formula 1.
  7. How does the design of a Formula 1 car affect its performance?
  8. Discuss the role of sponsors in Formula 1 racing.
  9. What are the environmental impacts of Formula 1 racing?
  10. How do Formula 1 races affect the economy of the host country?
  11. Discuss the safety measures in Formula 1 racing.
  12. How does the weather affect a Formula 1 race?
  13. What is the role of a pit crew in a Formula 1 race?
  14. Discuss the global popularity of Formula 1 racing.
  15. How do drivers and teams strategize during a race?
  16. What are the challenges of being a Formula 1 driver?
  17. Discuss the cultural significance of Formula 1 in different countries.
  18. How do rules and regulations shape Formula 1 racing?
  19. Talk about the physical and mental demands on Formula 1 drivers.
  20. What future changes do you foresee in Formula 1 racing?

B2 Level (Upper Intermediate)

  1. Analyze the impact of technology advancements on Formula 1 racing.
  2. Discuss the ethical considerations of Formula 1’s high costs and resource use.
  3. How do politics and international relations affect Formula 1?
  4. Compare the physical and mental preparation of Formula 1 drivers to other athletes.
  5. What role does media play in the popularity of Formula 1 racing?
  6. Debate the balance between safety and competition in Formula 1.
  7. How do Formula 1 teams innovate to stay competitive?
  8. Discuss the impact of Formula 1 racing on technological advancements in consumer vehicles.
  9. Evaluate the role of leadership within a Formula 1 team.
  10. How does Formula 1 racing contribute to global sports culture?
  11. Analyze the relationship between Formula 1 racing and its fan base.
  12. Discuss the sustainability challenges and initiatives in Formula 1.
  13. How do economic factors influence the evolution of Formula 1 teams and races?
  14. Debate the inclusion of female drivers in Formula 1.
  15. Discuss the psychological pressures faced by Formula 1 drivers.
  16. Analyze how Formula 1 racing has been portrayed in media and cinema.
  17. Discuss the balance between tradition and innovation in Formula 1.
  18. Evaluate the role of strategy versus skill in winning a Formula 1 race.
  19. How has Formula 1 racing influenced automotive engineering?
  20. Discuss the social and cultural diversity within the Formula 1 community.

C1 Level (Advanced)

  1. Critically assess the role of Formula 1 in promoting technological innovation.
  2. Discuss the impact of Formula 1 on national identities and international relations.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of current safety protocols in Formula 1.
  4. Analyze the economic and ethical implications of Formula 1’s global expansion.
  5. Discuss the representation of gender and diversity in Formula 1.
  6. How does Formula 1 reflect broader societal values and changes?
  7. Evaluate the environmental sustainability strategies in Formula 1 racing.
  8. Discuss the psychological resilience required in Formula 1 racing.
  9. Analyze the role of public relations and media in shaping Formula 1’s image.
  10. Critique the balance between commercial interests and sports integrity in Formula 1.

C2 Level (Proficiency)

  1. Debate the future trajectory of Formula 1 in the context of global environmental concerns.
  2. Analyze the interplay between technology, regulation, and competition in Formula 1.
  3. Critically evaluate the portrayal of Formula 1 in the media and its impact on public perception.
  4. Discuss the evolving nature of leadership and team dynamics in Formula 1.
  5. Explore the philosophical implications of risk and reward in Formula 1 racing.
  6. Analyze the impact of cultural and socio-political factors on the global appeal of Formula 1.
  7. Critically assess how Formula 1 can maintain its relevance in a rapidly changing world.
  8. Explore the ethical dimensions of commercialization in Formula 1.
  9. Analyze the role of Formula 1 as a catalyst for technological innovation in other industries.
  10. Debate the long-term sustainability of Formula 1 in its current format.