F1 is the pinnacle of open wheel, single seater car racing and arguably the highest level of any motorsport globally.... There's more... hydraulics form part of the ECU (Electronic Control Unit) and control multiple systems including the F1 car brakes are similar to normal road cars, only they are made with different materials and operate under considerably... There's more..., power steering, transmission and All cars with a gearbox use a clutch to engage the engine and deliver power to the transmission. F1 cars... There's more....
They are run by liquid fluids (oil, water, etc.) that build pressure when compression is applied. That pressure then performs specific tasks via the component the hydraulics are hooked into. Including;
- Turbo waste gate
- Air inlet variable valve
- Drag is the resistance caused by air hitting a solid object as it is propelled forward. When the solid object... There's more... Reduction System (The Drag Reduction System (DRS), is designed to do exactly what it says, reduce drag, resulting in the recipient gaining... There's more...)