Understanding F1

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Image Courtesy: Mercedes Everyone seems to be complaining about the noise the Formula 1 cars generate these days. Technically speaking, the lesser ...
ERS images revealed by Renault Most F1 fans would be well-versed with the Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS), the technical innovation that has ...
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Cars zooming in excess of 150 kmph around a twisty, turning path, breathtaking overtakes, lightning quick pit stops – the sport of Formula 1 ...
The FRIC or Front and rear inter connected suspension is a system which links the front ad rear suspension of the car using hydraulics and aims to ...
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One of the most basic devices on a Formula One car is a rear-view mirror but it performs one of the most important functions – that of letting ...
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Using the simple tools of a water flow, a spoon, a flat surface, some paper and a pencil, former Williams and Ferrari Design Engineer Enrique ...
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Drawing as he speaks, Former F1 Williams and Ferrari Design Engineer Enrique Scalabroni compares the front roll centres of the 2013 Ferrari and ...
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Former WilliamsF1 Designer and Ferrari F1 Design Director, Enrique Scalabroni, takes a spoon and a kitchen sink to explain aerodynamic ...
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Pirelli have gone aggressive right from the word go in 2013. Motorsport Director Paul Hembery himself accepted that they went a bit conservative ...
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Motorsports in India is seen with a stereotype, that it is nothing but simply going around the track 60 times without any infringements or any other ...
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One major change to the rear suspensions that both McLaren and Ferrari have made in their 2013 cars is incorporating the driveshaft and the track rod ...
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