DID YOU KNOW?Did you know that Formula One or F1 cars are the fastest road course racing cars in the world? Because of the changes in the rules and regulations racing car manufacturing, the F1 cars in the 2018 season are designed to reach speeds of up to 230mph (375km/h). It can also pull close to 8g of gravitational force, three levels higher than the g-force an average human can handle without passing out. The cars achieve this speed because of their high-powered engines, wide tires, and aerodynamic design.
In 2004, Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya recorded the fastest lap in F1 history. He set an average speed of 162.960mph (262.242kph) in his Williams FW36 in the 2004 Italian Grand Prix. According to TSMPLUG.com, It costs at least $9million a year to put a car on the Formula One Grand Prix. Since 2014, Mercedes dominated the sport. Its turbocharged V6 engine helped them win four straight titles, tying the second-best record set by McLaren-Honda (1988-19991). Thanks to the internet, motorsport events can be watched on the go. Websites with Formula 1 live streaming services is accessible whether on a PC or a mobile phone. There are also a few where fans can watch F1 live replays on-demand. Racing enthusiasts can now witness record-breaking racers and races on their devices.