Last October @ inaugural Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix Race, A Photographer using D800 suggested me use shutter speed of 1/500 or more faster to capture fast moving shots.
The faster the shutter speed (e.g. 1/2000 of a second), the less light gets to the camera sensor. The longer the shutter is open (e.g. 1/25 of a second) the more light gets to the sensor.
Shutter speeds of around 1/2000 will make the time stand still & A slower shutter speed such as 1/25 will blur the image.
Try & Respond with your results. I’m pretty sure you’ll nail it this time.