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F1 Car Racing. How does The Pinnacle of Speed Engineering Work?

Formula 1 cars are the best racing machines in the world weighing only 750 kg with 1000 hp under the hood. They run with incredibly complex aerodynamics engineering keeping the car attached to the ground while minimizing aerial friction to reach a top speed of 220 mph. Let’s get into how F1 cars work.

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Saygin Celen

Saygin Celen

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