How many wheels does a Formula one car use in a race?
A couple of years ago FIA changed the rule that stated a car can change the pneumathics (tires) when in pit stop during the race. Now they can only use the set of tires that they start the race with.
An F1 car participates in a 15-lap race At the end of the race the two wheels on one if its side cover 1 mile less than the two wheels on the other side How is this possible?
Although F1 cars turn both left and right during the race, there will generally be more turns in one direction than the other since the course must loop around to meet the location of the start. This means that a lap, although not a true oval or circle, can be looked at as a mutated version of these shapes. The wheels on the outside of the car in relation to the mutated oval will need…
NO! They are two completely different things. Firstly a NASCAR is like a stock car, but faster. A formula one car is and open wheel racer. NASCAR also race around a oval of track, in formula one they race around differntly designed tracks for around 60-70 laps, while NASCAR race up to 300 or more laps, but not often