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Discover the Technology of F1

Discover the Technology of F1

This stunning five-part video series by Scuderia Ferrari explores the complex aerodynamics of single seat, open-wheel racing. Subtitled Italian commentary, as of the 2013 Formula One season. Full Article...

Gentlemen, LIft Your Skirts

Gentlemen, LIft Your Skirts

When it comes to vintage documentaries about Formula One racing, no one beats the BBC. This fantastic 1981 film focuses on the Williams F1 team as they developed a new car without “ground effects” skirts. Full Article...

Aerodynamics By Grand Prix Insights

Aerodynamics By Grand Prix Insights

The 10th in a series of technology-oriented video posts demystifying the engineering world of Formula One, featuring Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. More about DRS, really. Full Article...

An F1 Car Actually Driven Upside Down

An F1 Car Actually Driven Upside Down

Was the theory that the aerodynamics and wings of a Formula One race car generate enough downforce to drive upside down proven at Indianapolis on the Hot Wheels Test Track this weekend? Full Article...

Webber Predicts Schu Will “Rise Like a Phoenix”

Webber Predicts Schu Will “Rise Like a Phoenix”

According to Mark Webber, a favorite for the 2010 World Championship, Michael Schumacher “still has the passion and when he gets a competitive car he will rise like a phoenix from the ashes and prove his critics wrong.” Formula 1 News | ESPN F1. We’ll see. The Mercedes MGP W01 Full Article...

FOTA Votes to Ban F-Ducts Next Season

FOTA Votes to Ban F-Ducts Next Season

Yes, they probably should violate the FIA prohibition on movable aerodynamic devices, but the new “F-Duct” — which “stalls” the rear wing at speed to improve straight line performance by eliminating drag when downforce is not required — was declared legal and F1 teams have been Full Article...

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