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Performance of F1 cars

F1 cars have a high weight-to-power ratio which is 0.93 kW/kg. But actually this cannot be converted practically due to different factors. Driver feel a force of 3 G under hard acceleration. 167 more words

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Brakes of F1 cars

F1 cars use disc brakes which are made up of carbon composites. Here carbon stands for carbon fibre reinforced carbon. Brakes are also controlled by FIA. 234 more words

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Tyres of F1 cars

Tyres of f1 car are totally different from that of a normal car. Tyres of normal car last for at least 80000 km but tyres of f1 car do not last for even a race (around 300 kms), they are changed two to three times normally per race. 146 more words

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Steering wheel of F1 cars

Steering wheel of f1 car is most amazing construction ever seen before. It is a construction of carbon fibre and only weights 1.3 kg which is very less looking at its specifications. 101 more words

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Aerodynamics and wings of F1 cars

The shape of f1 cars are specially taken care. Shape is made such that it provide a sufficient downward force which enables the tyres to give most sufficient output. 178 more words

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Transmission or Gearbox of F1 cars

It is mandatory to use semi-automatic sequential gearbox in f1 cars. They have total 8 gears with 7 forward and 1 reverse gear. The temperature of oil in gearbox reaches over 150°c during race and that of exhaust reaches 950°c. 101 more words

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Chassis design for F1 cars

F1 cars are constructed by using carbon fibre and other ultra-light weight materials. The minimum weight of car should be 702 kg. This include weight of driver but not fuel and dry weather tyres fitted on them. 54 more words

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