In my latest blog post, I delve into the debate of whether car racing can be considered a sport. I argue that while it requires skill and precision, the fact that the car does most of the heavy lifting, it's hard to classify it as a sport. I also touch on the point that unlike traditional sports, physical fitness plays a less significant role in car racing. Furthermore, the outcome is largely influenced by the machine's performance rather than the individual's abilities. Finally, the high cost associated with the sport makes it inaccessible for many, further challenging its classification as a sport.