Current regs are a V-8 engine, 2.4 liters, normally aspirated, limited to 19,000rpm, weighing no less than 95kg. Cylinders must have 4 valves, single spark plug and single injector, and variable valve timing is not allowed. Cylinder blocks must be aluminum alloy, crankshaft and cams iron alloy, and pistons aluminum alloy. Composites are not allowed in the engine structural elements. The starter system is not part of the engine system- external removable starters are required. Engines may have anti stall devices, but must shut down within ten seconds after an accident. regs change. Answer Basic specifications include that the engine has a capacity limit of 3.0 litres and must have ten cylinders. However, there is a host of other regulations concerning height, width, weight, braking systems etc, plus many more.
F1 cars in for more then 10 years used 3.0 litre V10 engines that very capable of producing 980 to 1000HP. After the FIA started taking notice F1 car engines were limited to 2.4 litres producing 750HP.
There is 2.4-litre in a formula 1 car from the start.
The formula 1 car to be supplied by Ford was at the 1963 USA .
On the nose of the car.
The formula 1 car to be supplied by Renault was at the 1977 British GP
The formula 1 car to be supplied by Honda was at the 1964 German GP.
The formula 1 car to be supplied by Peugeot was at the 1994 Brazilian GP with McLaren.
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Race car is a palindrome for a formula 1 transport
A formula 1 car goes much fast than anyone had expected................----NANDIT MEHRA
All cars have a range of different specifications. Good car specifications include, space, fuel efficiency, safety, viability and top speed, although this is subjective.
A formula 1 car has to weight a minimum of 600kg including the driver.
around 350km/hr...that fast a formula one car can go
The same as in any car.
From a complete standstill, a person can outrun a Formula 1 car for about 30 metres.
The formula 1 car to be supplied by Mercedes-Benz was at the 1954 Argentine GP.
Indy cars have a higher top speed then a Formula 1 car. However over a lap a Formulla 1 car is qucker. The main reason fr this is that an Indy car is so much heavier than a Formula 1 car. Therefore an F1 car can brake, accelerate and corner quicker than an Indy car and therefore a quicker llap time.
No, don't be ridiculous.
A Formula 1 car must weigh at least 620kgs.
Formula 1 cars can go past 200 mph.
A small answer to an overwhelmingly huge question. Formula 1 traditionally (since 1946) is a specification of engine displacement, weight, and vehicle size. From 1901 until WW2 the roots of Formula 1 were laid By "Grand Prix" racing. Why it is called that is complicated. The first car did not "Develop" into a Formula 1 car.
Because a formula 1 car uses a different(and much more powerful) type of fuel than regular cars do.
about 1.500.000 pounds