Slang for Aerodynamic Aerodynamics is the science of controlling how the air behaves as the car cuts through it at speed. F1 cars are designed similarly to an aeroplane wing,
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Brake by Wire

Brake by wire (BBW) refers to the system that controls the rear brake. While the front brakes maintain the traditional
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C1 refers to the compound of the rubber that the tyre's wearing surface is constructed from. Pirelli has developed a
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All cars with a gearbox use a clutch to engage the engine and deliver power to the transmission. F1 cars
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The diffuser is the flared opening at the rear of the floor and is used to generate downforce. Air is
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F1 Endplate


The endplate is a piece of bodywork found at the limit of the Front Wing or Rear Wing, boosting aerodynamic performance by reducing drag and increasing downforce.  Made from carbon
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Engine Elements

The Power Unit comprises six elements - the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE), Turbo, MGU-K, MGU-H, Control Electronics and Energy Store.
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ERS Lights

F1 cars don't have brake lights. The lights on the car's rear display as solid for improved visibility in wet
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Ferrari PU

As a constructor, Ferrari develops and produces its own power unit (PU) for their cars as well as customer cars.
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