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Red Bull - Renault. The wing directs the air which shoves the car into the ground and increases grip when turning at high speeds. The air hitting the wing also creates a lot of resistance for the car. In straightaways, drivers can use DRS. This is where a large flap opens in the rear wing.
DRS greatly reduces downforce which is a negative thing but, decreases drag positive benefit so that cars can reach higher speeds during passing opportunities on straightaways. This effect is equivalent to roughly an extra 50 HP on the straightaways. DRS only becomes available to a driver who is within a second of the car in front. This explains why drivers cannot just use DRS whenever they want because otherwise the driver who is in a vulnerable position would just use DRS and to avoid being passed.
The main function of pit stops is to change tires. In certain racing series, pit stops are also used to refuel but not in F1 currently. Also in some race series, pit stops are used to change drivers. In the newest race series Formula E electric race cars , pit stops are used to change cars. Pit stops can also be used to replace damaged or broken parts due to contact during the race or, can be used to adjust the angles or aerodynamic wings as the rules permit. Pit stops are completed around 3 seconds- fastest teams have got them to around This 3 second time is for the moment the car is in front of the mechanics.
It does not include the time for driving into the spot and out of the pit lane. As part of the rules, cars must change their tires at least once a race. In F1 rules, a team cannot use only one tire compound Soft, Hard, etc. This rule is ignored if at any point drivers go on intermediate or wet tires due to weather conditions. Sometimes, given tires degrade rather rapidly, it can sometimes be part of a team's strategy to have more than one pit stop per race. Because at least one tire change is mandatory and the best available tires do not last the full race, most current F1 strategy involve the timing and frequency of pit stops during the race.
Drivers and their strategists often debate between minimizing pit stops by choosing more durable tires that are slower or, taking extra pit stops but completing as much of the race as possible on the fastest tires. For example, a well timed pit stop can help a driver get out from behind other slower drivers that were slowing them down. So, let's say the two teams Mercedes and Ferrari were battling it out for the first spot. Lewis Hamilton may choose to strategically go in for a pit stop and come out when there's a break of cars on the track.
This would ultimately allow him to come out into a spot in the race where there's slower cars that are easier to pass, thus giving him a faster lap time than Ferrari. Choosing to go in for a pit stop may also give a driver an opportunity to counter their opponent's strategy by using this move first and coming out in front of them. The F1 car engines are hybrid engines that combine battery power with an internal combustion engine gas powered.
Just like the engine in your tiny Honda Civic, current F1 engines are only 1. However, because of some crazy turbo charging, and F1 engineering magic, these tiny 1. When combined with the electric motors, they make almost HP. These engines are also extremely thermal efficient. These engines are able to use almost all of the energy and turn it into forward momentum.
Because there's fuel restrictions, the F1 cars are some of the most thermal efficient cars in the world. As per regulations, the minimum weight that a car can be is kg. This is above the glorified ratio. The F1 drivers are extremely fit and go through rigorous weight training to maximize their strength, stamina, and endurance to deal with the strong G Force. Because it can get insanely hot inside the cars, the drivers can lose 10lbs per race through sweating.
For this reason, they're weighed before and after each race in full gear helmet included. To avoid dehydration, the drivers do have water in the car in either a bag or bottle with a straw depending on the set up. But sometimes, the water gets so hot that drivers are unable to drink it. The regulations in F1 are updated by the FIA every year with large changes coming every years. Who looks good and who is in danger of falling out of favour? Since the start of , Hamilton was won four championships out of a possible five.
Last season he was pushed hard by Vettel and Ferrari until a combination of mistakes by his rivals and perhaps the best form of his career took him to a deserved fifth title. With two years left on his Mercedes contract - and before significant regulation changes in - he has a chance to match Michael Schumacher's record seven titles. There is currently no better driver on the grid. With the usual caveat that testing only tells us so much, in he could face a stiff challenge to retain top spot.
Still, if anyone is up to it then Hamilton is. If Mercedes supply him with machinery capable, that is. They usually do.
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The likable Finn is at great risk of losing his seat at Mercedes. It seemed about right that he was given a one-year contract that takes him until the end of , given his decent form and poor luck early on. The problem with was that Bottas's best performances Bahrain, China, Baku and Russia brought no victories through poor fortune, tentativeness or team orders.
Even if he does improve to take, say, three victories as he did in then it might still not be enough, with the seat-less Esteban Ocon lurking nearby. Vettel's followed much the same path as , albeit more extremely. If was an outside chance for a fifth world title for the German then was a opportunity that was squandered through driver and team error in a car that was quicker than Mercedes for much of the season.
Testing form suggests Ferrari have at least some advantage over their rivals.
It would be a surprise, though, if Mercedes lagged behind for too long. New team boss Mattia Binotto and Vettel himself will have to handle the pressure better if the the championship gets close. Having the hugely talented Charles Leclerc in the other Ferrari is another challenge for Vettel to deal with. Lose out and his reputation will take another blow.
Vettel, though, will want this title more than ever. We are backing him to do it but it would be a surprise if Mercedes didn't come close or overhaul them at some point in the year. Making use of an early advantage could be crucial. I t was only a matter of time before Leclerc found himself at Ferrari. With 10 points finishes for midfield runners Sauber in the decision seemed clear, despite Kimi Raikkonen having his best year since his return to the Scuderia.
But hardly anyone notices if you have a poor race in a midfield team and mistakes in a Ferrari come with perhaps the greatest scrutiny of all. So far the young Monegasque has looked like a star. He will need to improve his consistency in qualifying but it would not be a surprise to see him out-pacing Vettel in Of all the inter-team battles, this one will be the most fascinating.
Disastrous, error-prone and overly aggressive. Three ways to describe Verstappen's first six races in From then on, though, he was the second best driver on the grid behind Hamilton. To finish only two points behind Kimi Raikkonen in the Ferrari and with two wins was a superb return in a Red Bull that lagged far behind its rivals on most tracks.
His then team-mate Daniel Ricciardo's bad luck aside, the Dutchman had the better of him - and comfortably - by the end of the year. If the power unit is as good as Red Bull claim and Verstappen starts this campaign how he ended last one then he could find himself in with a chance every race.