What is the top speed of a Formula 1?
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depends completely on the cars aerodynamic setup, gear ratios, ect. The highest recorded speed however of an F1 car was by the 2005 Honda F1 car which reached a flash reading of 400km/h at Bonneville however because it could not reach it on the way back its official speed record 397km/h. The quickest F1 car speed of the 2011 season was 350km/h by Sergio Perez at Monza though on average the top speed of an F1 car at an average circuit would be around 315km/h
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The top speed ever acheived by a formula one car during a race was 369.9 km/h (229.8 mph) set during the 2004 Italian Grand Prix at Monza, Italy by driver AntÃ´nio Pizzonia of the BMW Williams F1 team driving the FW26 powered by a BMW 3.0 litre v10.
i have a 94 vette with 4l60e trans, 2.73 rear gear, flowmasters, k&n drop in with the lid opend up some 180 deg thermostat and that's about it, i have seen 165mph in third when i hit the rev limiter, and the stupid thing will not go into o.d. while wide open without the computer reprogramed so im no…t sure how much faster it could go, im guessin i could do 170 if it would go in 4th, hope that helps your ? have a good one everyone (MORE)
Speed is equal to the change in distance over the change in time, or V = D/T where V is speed, D is distance and T is time.
The formula is [ Speed = a number ], or [ S later = S earlier ], or [ |Acceleration| = 0 ].
Velocity is equal to the change in distance divided by the change in time. Speed is the magnitude of velocity
speed is just distance/time it is found you nowmuch distance you travel in specified time
There are many answers for this:-. However, the most basic answer:-. speed = total distance travelled / time taken
It is the name of a high speed car racing sport.. Formula 1 is the name of a series of motor races held in various countries throughout the world. Fangio Schumacher Prost Mansell & Senna are among famous world champions in the history of the sport.
An Formula One cra with a full tank is capable of maintaining its top speed (220mph) for precisley 16minutes 7.56 seconds. This is only possible if there is enough straight road.. Answeered By F1 Genius.
The formula for line speed is d * r * 1.1 = c. It is wherein d isthe product diameter, r is the desired product rate, and c is theconveyor speed.
Speed is equal to the change in distance over the change in time, or V = D/T where V is speed, D is distance and T is time. If you mean the drug "amphetamine" know as "speed" the formula is C 9 H 13 N (1-phenylpropan-2-amine) Correction: [No, actually V doesn't stand for speed, V is velocity.…] Correction to the correction v with an arrow above it is velocity. small case v is speed but in this formula the capitol V is volume so that is wrong (MORE)
Average speed = (distance traveled during some time) divided by (length of time to travel that distance)
wave speed is the speed of which a wave travels. Speed = Wavelength * Frequency The above equation is known as the wave equation. It states the mathematical relationship between the speed (v) of a wave and its wavelength (Î») and frequency (f). Using the symbols v, Î», and f, the equa…tion can be rewritten as v = f * Î» * =multiply (MORE)
F1 cars and the cutting edge technology that constitute them produce an unprecedented combination of outright speed and quickness for the drivers. Every F1 car on the grid is capable of going from 0 to 160 km/h (100 mph) and back to 0 in less than five seconds.. Below is how fast a F1 car can rea…ch 300 Kmph.. 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph): 1.7 seconds. 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph): 3.8 seconds. 0 to 300 km/h (186 mph): 8.6 seconds. Most F1 cars have a top speed of over a 300 kmph with some cars reaching 330 kmph in fast straight circuits like US, Japan etc. (MORE)
This depends on whether the car has been set up for a track or for experimental purposes. Monza is currently the fastest F1 track on the calendar. After Parabolica, a long 180 degree turn where most of the downforce is needed, cars speed up to about 355kph, which is about 220mph. In terms of s…peed on a straight line, I dare not say how fast an F1 car goes because I believe it hasn't been tested with the current F1 V8 engines. I believe there was a team (Honda V10 at the Bonneville Salt Flats?) who tried to beat 400kph, and as I recall didn't succeed. I recently saw an episode of Top Gear, with James May explaining that Bugatti asked the former Sauber F1 team in Switzerland if they could use their wind tunnel to simulate aerodynamics on the Veyron at 400kph, but Sauber had to disappoint Bugatti because their wind tunnel doens't go up to that speed. So, kind of unexplained territory! Top Gear also set the indoor Formula 1 speed record. A 2006 Toyota F1 V10 did 81mph. It couldn't deliver its power to the wheels properly because the indoor surface was far too slippery. I reckon that under ideal circumstances and without major changes to bodywork or engine a 2008 Formula 1 car could go up to 370km/h. I'm not sure how the 2009 cars would perform. (MORE)
The speed of light is 299,792,458 meters per second - in a vacuum or 186,282 miles per second in a vacuum. And according to the theories of motion - nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. If it does - it bends time and time will slow down and eventually - as the speed increases - time wi…ll start going backward - and you will travel back in time!!! And of course this is theory - it has never been tested - as the fastest movement - relative the the person measuring the movement) has never even approached 50% (93,000 miles per hour) of the speed of light! The speed of light - as all speeds are measured - is determined by the distance traveled - divided by the amount of time it took to travel that distance. A race car, for example, measures it's speed by the amount of time to travel a specific known distance (quarter mile - or 500 miles) divided by the time it took to travel that distance. The speed of light is something we've figured out only in the last 100 years, right? Well, once more, our forebears surprise us. It turns out we've known the speed of light since before the birth of Johann Sebastian Bach. That knowledge came close on the heels of the invention of the first telescopes in the early 1600s. In 1644, Ole Roemer was born in Jutland, Denmark. He took up the new study of astronomy with the early greats of that field. By 1675 Roemer was 31 and working in Paris with Picard. He was interested in the movement of Jupiter's nearest moon. He tracked it as it orbited in and out of Jupiter's shadow. It entered the shadow, then reemerged exactly 42 hours, 28 minutes, and 35 seconds later. It moved with constant and exact regularity. So Roemer measured 100 cycles and found that in one hundred cycles, Jupiter's moon could be relied upon to emerge EVERY TIME - right on schedule - to the exact second!! So he measured different lengths of time!! One was six months -- 100 laps -- and it was then that Roemer set his clocks and focused his telescope on Jupiter in the winter. In the spring - he waited and waited - but no moon appeared!! Finally it danced out of the shadows a full 15 minutes late. But why was the moon late - there must be a reason! After much discussion, Roemer concluded that the moon was still appearing at the same time - and it was the earth that had moved!! The earth had swung hundreds of millions of miles away from Jupiter during the long winter months so light had to travel that vast distance to see Jupiter's moon!!! It had obviously taken the extra time to do so. (Also discovering that earths orbit around the sun is egg-shaped - NOT a circle)! He put pencil to paper and concluded that light had to move 192,500 miles per second to lose just those fifteen minutes. Not bad at all! Roemer was within three percent of the right value (186,282 miles per second). And that was less than 70 years after we first had telescopes. Just to be sure, Roemer calculated when we'd get that 15 minutes back, as the earth moved back toward Jupiter and spring began. He was right again. Today the speed of light is measured - and found to be accurate - by pointing a laser to one of the many groups of mirrors and reflectors that were set up on the moon by the 1970's moon landing missions. Now computers accurately measure the speed light with a laser - and can determine the exact speed of light to within 1/quadtrillionth of a second! These mirrors also measure the movement of earthquakes on the earth - from the moon - to within 1/10,000,000,000th of an inch! . (MORE)
Speed equals distance over time as in whatever the distance in theproblem is, you divide it with the time in the problem. Forexample...bob ran 20 miles in 4 hours. What is his speed? So youget 20 over 4. 20 divided by four is 5 so his speed was 5 miles perhour. 5m/hr. speed = distance/time
The speed of light in a vacuum is equal to the reciprocal of the square root of the product of the electric constant and magnetic constant. That is 1/sqrt(E*M) where E is the electric constant and M is the magnetic constant. To find the speed of light traveling through a substance is more complex, b…ut can be found using experimentally known values called the 'refractive index' of the substance. The refractive index of a substance is equal to the speed of light in a vacuum divided by the speed of light in the substance. (MORE)
In SI units with dry air at 20 Â°C (68 Â°F), the speed of sound c = 343 m/s. This also equates to 1235 km/h, 767 mph, or 1125 ft/s.. Formula for the speed of sound in m/s is:. c = 331 + 0,6 x Â°C. That gives e.g. at the temperature of 20 Â°C a speed of sound:. c = 331 + 0,6 x Â°C =… 343 m/s. (MORE)
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A Honda Formula One car, running with minimum downforce on a runway in the Mojave desert achieved a top speed of 415 km/h (258 mph) in 2006. According to Honda the car fully met the FIA Formula One regulations. Cars in races reach speeds of up to 350 kph (220 mph) on some circuits. 251mph for Ferrar…is, a bit more for Mclaren and a bit less for Red Bull (MORE)
The definition of speed: speed = distance / time. You can also write this as distance = speed x time. This is used to do various calculations related to speed. The above is actually only valid for a constant speed. If the speed changes over time, speed - or more precisely velocity - is defined (us…ing derivatives) as v = ds/dt. However, you need to have basic notions of calculus to work with this. (MORE)
Mach 1 means the speed of sound. The speed of sound is 343meters per second, 1,126ft/sec or 768mph.
Olympic speed skaters skate 500m, which is considered an all out sprint, in about 35 seconds. This means they are traveling one Kilometer in 70 seconds, with top speeds of over 40 miles per hour.. Olympic speed skaters skate 500m, which is considered an all out sprint, in about 35 seconds. This mea…ns they are traveling one Kilometer in 70 seconds, with top speeds of over 40 miles per hour. 36.80 MPH (MORE)
F1 cars never really get up to their absolute top speed as even inqualifying, they wouldn't get to their max speed. To get to highspeed at tracks like Monza and SPA during a qualifying race weekendsession. Low downforce with aero stream can help to get a F1 car toit top speed at the track. For off t…rack, it those with a longenough road bearing in mind tyres can explode and to have enoughfuel to get to speed without effecting performance. (MORE)
V = D/T, where V is the velocity, D is the distance, and T is the time. Some people write it as S = D/T, where S is for speed. One of the clues to this formula is how we talk about the speed of cars, in 'miles per hour' (m/h = D/T).
Rate of speed is acceleration with respect to time, therefore the formula is (dv/dt), meaning (change in velocity/change in time). Remember, speed is just the magnitude of the velocity vector.
Well ive gota 1998 that is stock that does around 109 ahah mph not kph
Just use the basic formula for speed: distance = speed x time Solving for time: Time = distance / speed
velocity = distance / time There are also some formulae involving acceleration; for example, in the case of constant acceleration: velocity = initial velocity + acceleration x time If the acceleration is not constant, an integral is used instead.
Actually this value depends on the season and on the car. In the previous season 2010 the top cars (Ferrari, Red Bull, and McLaren) had top speeds in excess of 320 kmph. The midfield cars were a bit slower than this and the tail end teams (new teams) like Hispania, lotus and virgin were much slower …and were around 300 kmph range. (MORE)
The top speeds reached during the F1 2010 season were in the range of 320 kmph
Well to get into F1 it takes about 12-15 years you start when your 8 years old and you go into Go-karting Championships then you move up through the racing years and if you are good enough you will end up either in a racing seat or in a test drivers seat.
In the case of a triangle, it depends on what the formula is for: the area, an angle, the length of a side, the radius of an inscribing circle or whatever. And in both cases, the answer depends on what information is available.
The speed of an f1 car depends on many things. It's engine capacity, gear shift ratio, aerodynamic efficiency of the car body etc. Since different f1 cars are made by different teams, they don't essentially have the same features. So cars from one manufacturer is faster than the other. Driver tal…ent is also equally important. Two drivers, given the same car may drive at different speeds (MORE)
My right head light door pops open at 124 mph and that causes enough additional drag it slows the car down down.
An electronic measurement device, usually deployed at the fastest parts of the circuit, to indicate the (maximum) speed the driver is achieving.
Velocity = Speed / Time So, in the context of a triangle, speed would be at the top.
Its the spoiler and the light carbon fiber body. Also the gas tanks are small and light too like a plastic grocery bag. They are very light and agile race cars that can easily do over 200 I go to the grand prix
The fastest human speed on record is 44.2 km/h; that is around 44,200,000 mm/h which is around 12278 mm/s. So, at top speed, 1 mm will take around 1/2278th of a second.
Honda BAR went 257mph at Bonneville salt flats, but the actual race record is around 230mph Monza.
The efficiency of an engine depends on the quality of the fuel that is injected into it. This is the case with all engines. For example, running a sports car on regular unleaded petrol will effect its efficiency, and by extension, its speed. Cars with higher performance engines (such as F1) normally… have much higher RPMs, and therefore potentially higher power. Hope this helps Feel free to clarify this answer (MORE)
The fastest speed recorded in a Formula 1 Car during a Formula 1 season is 372.6 km/h (231.523 mph) during the 2005 Italian GP.
Probably: Average Speed = Total Distance/Total Time. or Instantaneous Speed = Gradient of the tangent to the Distance v Time graph.
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Honda F1 car set a land speed record 2way average at Bonneville at 397km/h or aprox. 247mph. It did top out at 413km/h oneway.
Varies by what engine era. V10, V8 or the new V6 turbo. Like witany other F1 car, it is down to set up and tyres. Typical top speedof the V6 engine is about 210 based on the circuits in F1 calendar.The maxium top speed is 249 mph with FIA regulations of the year itwas done or 257mph based upon set u…p for pure speed and minimumdownforce. (MORE)
If s is the displacement vector of an object at time t, then velocity = d s /dt, the derivative of s with respect to t and speed = |d s /dt|, the absolute value of the velocity.
Hollywood's Top Ten - 2010 The Need for Speed 1-331 was released on: USA: 20 September 2011
The physics formula for speed is s = d x t where . d is the distance traveled in a period of time . t is the amount of time it took to travel the distance . s is the speed traveled