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YouTuber CpatainCanuck shows us how far Formula 1 technology and expertise have come since it started in 1950. Here are two pit stops from the first season and from the latest season of F1. Yes, there are two of them. Just wait.
Infiniti Red Bull Racing drivers Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo go over the adjustments they made to their Formula One car in response to the 2014 rule changes, which focus on fuel efficiency and safety.
Red Bull driver David Coulthard took his F1 racer to the the helipad atop of the 689-foot-tall Burj Al Arab in Dubai, and spun out the type of donuts usually reserved for parking lots. And it’s not like that guardrail would’ve stopped him if he lost it.
Schumi drove this particular F310B race car at the 1997 Belgian Grand Prix. It will be auctioned off on 11/21/13 and will come with perks from Ferrari, such as members-only racing events, maintenance and storage.
Don’t blink or you might miss this video showing just how insanely fast and well coordinated a Formula 1 pit crew has to be to get their jobs done – as seen from an overhead camera. Why can’t we get tires put on our cars this quick?
We’ve seen a Nascar vehicle used to haul passengers so why not an F1 car? Here’s footage from the 1986 Mexican Grand Prix in which Nelson Piquet gives a three other drivers a lift. Suprisingly, it’s not the only time this happened.
Amazing footage captured from Paul di Resta’s F1 car using a thermal imaging camera, showing the heat coming off his tires during his 2nd practice run at Monza. We’d like to see one aimed at the engine next time.
We’re completely fascinated by the speed and dexterity of race car pit crews, and now we know why. Watch in awe as Red Bull’s Formula 1 crew works their 2.05 seconds of magic before the lenses of high-speed cameras.
Ready to race the Monaco Grand Prix, Lotus F1 teammates Kimi RÃ¤ikkÃ¶nen and Romain Grosjean were accompanied by the much more stylishly helmeted duo of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter.
Ferrari gives us a 360-degree view of their latest Formula 1 race car, the F150 (No, not that F-150). While it looks great on the turntable, we’d much rather see it zipping around the track at 200+mph.
The flowing, dynamic lines on Darko NikoliÄ‡’s Wings of Nike concept car design reflect a retro-modern style that combines the sport spirit of 50’s F-1 cars with the visual appeal of 30’s vintage limousines.