Almost everyone knows Formula 1, or F1, is a very fast, expensive and not for racing driver. But not everyone knows how brave F1 racing cars are on the track? Along with VinID, decipher the special points of this “light monster”!
Starting in 1950, Formula 1 racing is one of the most attractive racing sports on the planet, currently very popular in the world from Australia to Europe, America, to Asia and even in the Middle East. Each racing event usually has 10 to 12 participating teams, sponsored by leading brands such as Red Bull Racing, Mercedes, Renault or McLaren.
During the competition, each team will have 2 cars and will design their own F1 racing car. The motors of F1 racing cars are supplied by famous brands such as Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Renault or Cosworth. These cars are considered one of the fastest cars in the world with a maximum speed of 350 km / h.
However, depending on the rules of the organizers, F1 racing cars can run from 320 to 350 km / h. With such a high speed, it is inevitable that riders can be in danger, but it is also thanks to those “speeding” phases that F1 becomes one of the most attractive sports on the planet.
Autodaily said large F1 racing teams such as Ferrari, Mercedes Red Bull and McLaren usually spend about $ 400 million a year to develop the best cars for each F1 season. This includes employees, machines, design engineers and riders.
Each F1 racing car is basically made up of parts such as ordinary cars including internal combustion engine, transmission, wheel, damping system, brakes, … However, the These parts are fine-tuned to achieve the highest speed.
F1 cars are the pinnacle of modern car manufacturing technology, perfect from designs to engine power or electronic control equipment. Specially constructed F1 cars are made up of 600 electronic chips, while ordinary cars have only 20-50 chips and at least 250 sensors.