one of the F1 car / cars races

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Tan Elaine

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If we could get near when one of the F1 car / cars races by, we should be able to get a good picture of the driver.

Which word in bold should I use? Thanks.
 

Route21

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As an NES but not a teacher, I see two potential conflicts here:

1. "..one of the F1 car/ cars...." - would you say " ...one of the dog (singular)" ?
2. Subject/verb agreement. "...car/cars races by..."

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R21
 
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