Formula 1 ERS Explained

Formula 1 cars have always been cutting-edge examples of automotive technology, and modern-day Formula 1 racers are no exception. These […]

What Is an Engine Penalty in Formula 1?

Formula 1 is filled with all sorts of regulations detailing what drivers and teams can do during a race season. […]

Undercutting in Formula 1: What You Need to Know

Being successful in a Formula 1 Grand Prix isn't as simple as just having the fastest car. Drivers also have […]

Sandbagging in Formula 1

If you're new to the world of Formula 1, you might find the technical jargon used within the sport to […]

Ground Effect in Formula 1 is back: All the Facts

Formula 1 cars use a lot of different kinds of technology to help them achieve the speeds that they do. […]

What's the Difference Between F1, F2, F3, F4, and FE?

Open-wheel racing (or formula racing, if you live outside of North America) is one of the most intense forms of […]

Formula 1 Tires: What You Need to Know

Tires are one of the most important features of any car, as they are what ultimately provide the connection between […]

Why Do F1 Cars Spark?

F1 cars spark due to titanium that is embedded within skid plates that are installed underneath the cars themselves. Why […]
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