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Motorsports is a worldwide competitive sport that involves the use of motorized vehicles. It is divided into two main categories: four-wheeled and two-wheeled, and also includes off-road racing such as motocross.

Car Racing – Automobile racetracks or open circuits are used to run races. It is regulated by global governing bodies such as the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) and the Union Internationale Motocyclisme (UIM).

Motorcycle Racing – Competitions between motorcycles, often in teams of up to six or eight people, are governed by the FIA and can include events in all kinds of terrains and climates. It is primarily a professional sport but can be enjoyed by amateurs as well.

Kart Racing – Karts are small, open-wheeled racing cars, similar to go-karts. They can be made out of all sorts of materials, including plastic, metal, and wood.

Lawn Mower Racing – This is a form of motorsport where participants use race-modified lawn mowers to compete on a track.

Tractor Pulling – A type of off-road motorsport where competitors use modified tractors to pull a weighted sled over a 10 meter wide, 100 meter track. The quickest time is determined by completing two runs in opposite directions within one hour.

All forms of motorsports have their own governing bodies. They set rules and regulations that are then adhered to by all entrants. They are also concerned about the safety of participants and equipment. They do not allow unregistered vehicles to participate in their races.