I am aware that a Formula 1 driver requires an F1 Super License.
From having an F1 Super Licence to meeting a weight minimum, there are several aspects Formula 1 drivers and individuals dreaming of getting there must take into account, so no, it is by no means a slapdash sport; it is rigorous, arduous, and requires much work.
What I am less aware about is whether or not a Formula 1 driver loses their F1 Super License upon becoming disqualified from driving.
For anyone that does not understand the question, then let's say for example that a Formula 1 driver goes out for a drive around the city and gets charged with drink driving, and then later in court gets found guilty and loses his normal driving license. In this instance, does the driver also lose his F1 Super License?