Ian Bamsey visits Brixworth and Viry Chatillon to find out what we can expect from Formula One’s radical new powertrain technology
In part 3, Richard Ronc checks what KERS meant for Formula One in the early days, and what alternatives were investigated.
- By Steven De Groote on in Aerodynamics
When Tyrell introduced the first car with a high nose cone in 1990, the car was not at the top of the field and raised a lot of questions about its efficiency Yet it became the standard somehow...
- By Steven De Groote on in Regulations
F1 is largely defined by a big set of technical and sporting regulations and here we look at why all these rules are in place.
In part 2, Richard Ronc checks what KERS really offers to Formula One, and if it's really worth the development.
In a series of articles, Richard Ronc takes a deep look into the history of KERS in its current ruleset.
- By Steven De Groote on in Technical
Sauber's Gianpaolo Dall'ara and Matt Morris talk to Ian Bamsey to have a look at the team's highly succesful Sauber C31.
The rim is the connection point between the tyre, which is the only part of the car to make contact with the road, and the chassis itself.
Throttles are one of the most important components in an F1 engine. Renault Sport F1 gives an explanation of throttle designs and how that evolved in F1.
- By Steven De Groote on in F1
Ever since the fifties, Formula One drivers have seats that put them in a very laydown position for performance benefits.