The fuelIn 2022 F1 cars run on 87 octane fuel which is 10% ethanol As part of their green strategy, Formula... There's more... cell, or fuel tank, in an f1F1 is the pinnacle of open wheel, single seater car racing and arguably the highest level of any motorsport globally.... There's more... car is located directly behind the driver’s seat and holds up to 110 litres of fuel.
The cell has been developed to be as safe as possible, with baffles to prevent the fuel from moving during accelerationAcceleration is a calculation of how fast it takes the car to go from zero to a set time, usually... There's more..., retardationIn racing terms, Retardation is the slowing down of the car. In simple terms, it is the opposite of acceleration. There's more... and cornering. Complex fire-rated materials are used to protect the driverOK, so we all know what the driver is, right. I've always liked the description that F1 drivers are like... There's more... in an incident.
Today’s F1 cars are fueled once, in the garageAn F1 garage is just that. A secure area for teams to set up their equipment and work on their... There's more..., and they do not receive fuel during pit stops. The car must have a specified amount of fuel in the tank at the end of the race for testing by the stewards. Failure to meet this requirement will result in disqualificationIf disqualified a driver will not be allowed to start or will have his result wiped from the official record.... There's more.... As happened to Sebastian VettelSebastian Vettel (No 5) is a German-born F1 driver contracted to Aston Martin in 2022. See more Sebastian information on... There's more... in the Hungarian GP in 2021 – losing his second place standing and a first 1 – 21 - 2, or One Two, is when a team secures the first and second positions on the podium, achieving... There's more... for the team.