Nishant Raj

First Look of Formula 1's 2021 Car

The technical regulations governing the sport are all set for a major overhaul in 2021 with an aim to produce much more closer racing and to allow the cars to follow each other more closely.


The problem with the current scenario and in all honesty this has been an age-old problem with Formula 1 is the problem of the wake.

Wake is the disturbed turbulent air generated as the air flows past the aerodynamic components of a car, This leads to a very turbulent air-flow hitting the car that is following, Because of this turbulence, The Aerodynamic's of the car following suffer, leading to loss of grip.

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Engines and TurboCharger

Engines and Turbocharger

Have you ever wondered how does an F1 Engine generate so much power? Be it a road car or a formula 1 car the basics of the working of an engine are the same. So, let’s see how do engines generate that power. Also, while talking about engines especially in a context of racing cars it’s better to discuss the turbocharger simultaneously.Read More.

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Formula 1 Fuel technology Explained

Under the current regulations, the engines used in Formula 1 are 1.6 litre V6 turbocharged engines. Now, you may think that’s not much as in the past we had much larger v12’s v10’s and the v8’s. Surely, they would have been more powerful, right? Yes, but are they more efficient? The answer to that is a definite no.arge part of the extra power comes from the new gen-hybrid systems but a small part of it is also down to the use of high performance fuels and lubricants in F1. So, let’s take a deeper look into the Fuels used in F1. Read More

F1 Fuel Technology

F1 Powerunit Explained

Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsport engineering and over the past few years, it has seen lots of changes particularly with the introduction of hybrid technology. So, from 2014 onwards the engine is not referred to as a single entity, instead the word “power unit” is used. So, do you know what comprises a power-unit? Let’s find out!!!Read More.

F1 Powerunit
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F1 Steering Wheel Explained

The steering wheel on an F1 car is insanely complicated and the amount of data that a driver can get is humongous. Also, the drivers can control large number of parameters while driving at speeds of over 300 kph. So, how do they do that? Let’s take an in-depth look into a modern F1 steering wheel.Read More.

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