The race cars are also being used by Formula One and Formula One World Championship teams for testing.
But the cars are so popular, they are being developed for the FIA World Rally Championship.
The cars are designed to have the most power and handling on the planet, and are the basis for many popular rally cars, including a Ferrari Dino Zonda, Porsche 919 and Ferrari 458 Italia.
The race cars have also become an iconic part of the sporting calendar, with celebrities like Snoop Dogg and James Bond making appearances at the races.
The racers’ design was inspired by a series of futuristic robots from the 1960s and 1970s, which were designed to be agile and capable of great feats of speed.
The cars use carbon fibre and aluminium for the chassis, which was also created using recycled materials.
“The cars and their parts are made in a sustainable way, they’re not made from waste materials,” said Daniel Futter, director of marketing at R&D company Veyron.
But there are some challenges with the technology.
Racing cars were built for speed and durability, and have a tendency to fail if it is not kept up with.
A racing car crash is one of the worst types of automotive disaster, so cars are tested before being used for rally events.
Even after the cars have been driven, the parts are often recycled or sent to other countries, so the cars could be damaged.
Some racers have even gone as far as to remove the carbon fibre from the car, which is now known as the “racecar material”.
Racing is also a fast-paced sport, so there is no time for testing on the street.
The cars also need to be kept moving for safety, which can take up to three hours.
“In some ways the design of the cars is designed to work in this type of racing environment,” Futter said.
However, he said, the cars also have safety features such as braking and collision avoidance systems that would help keep them safe during an event.