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Formula One - Explained

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Published on Jul 18, 2012

How do Formula One cars work? This will be the introductory video to a new segment of videos explaining F1 technology. I hope you enjoy!

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Comments • 111

Seven
F1 is basically porn for this guy
arefin shakil
what is the difference between formula 1 formula 3 formula 4 car ? please explain
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Ziggybro
+arefin shakil your welcome
arefin shakil
+shi01 thank you very much :) 
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Fernando Rocha
Go to Germany, you can drive a Formula 1 car in Nürburing :) It's not cheap, but it looks like an unique experience
J Y
You missed to explain why it's called Formula One. Hint: why are all F1 cars (for a given year) look alike?
Adrian Brnić
why?
Kai Yu
I learnt a lot from this Thanks Engineering explained
varun kumar
could you explain the aerodynamics of sidepods, front wing?
Myasa Man
That intake port is not like a ram air intake :) It's designed like a diffuser. When the high velocity air rushes through that hole, the widening shape of it is designed to slow down and expand the air, and effectively cooling the air because of it.
*Harambe*
Can someone please point me to a video that teaches me about F1 besides the goddamn tire rule change?
mamdouh soliman
i think the fuel tank is divided to reduce the free surface effect of the partially full gas tank
dielauwen
Formula 1 design is by rules. It is a flawed design when you consider track times and top speed. A full bodied car is better from aerodynamic viewpoint and safety. Open wheeled cars are dangerous when tires contact causing flying cars.Keeping all parts of the car under a shell allows best controll of airflow-pressure and maximizes downforce where needed.
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