A dry line is where the The racing line is the line a racing driver follows to take corners in the fastest possible way. By using the... There's more... starts to dry out following rain on the track.
Pirelli is the exclusive supplier of tyres to Formula 1 having secured the contract in 2011. The range consists of... There's more... supplies options for Medium Tyres, or mediums, are identified by their yellow sidewalls and are one of three compounds available for each race.... There's more... and Wet Tyres (Wets) are designed to provide maximum grip in heavy rain. Four tyres will shift 240 litres of water... There's more..., with a set of the latter capable of dispersing 240 litres of water a second. As a result, the racing line will begin to dry, and the strategist must determine the optimum time to change Today's F1 cars are running 18-inch wheels (up from 13 inches in recent years) with the widths unchanged - 305mm... There's more.... Two early and you risk a loss of Grip is the magic that holds the car on the road as it accelerates, turns and brakes at extreme levels.... There's more...; too late and you risk losing time to the rest of the cars.