Formula One drivers' shoes are made with fireproof materials to protect the drivers' feet from the heat of the engine and exhaust system. The material is typically a combination of Nomex, Kevlar and carbon fiber, creating a lightweight and extremely heat-resistant material. The shoes must be able to withstand temperatures of up to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit for several seconds without burning. Additionally, the shoes must be able to fit comfortably in the driver's footwell, as well as provide good grip for the pedal. The shoes must also be able to provide safety from fire, as well as from debris that can be thrown from the track. In conclusion, F1 drivers' shoes are designed to be fireproof to ensure the safety of the drivers.