Formula-1 drivers are one of the fittest athletes and they spend hours of training to drive the high endurance race. The Technogym F1 Training Machine has unique combinations of G-Forces, vibrations and other inputs that emulate real race situations while driving.
In High Definiton – Join in an installation lap around Barcelona with Lucas di Grassi – first time ever eye-level camera real driver point of view.
Quote:” I had to drive with only one eye open as the camera was blocking my other eye, quite tricky”
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel, winner of last weekend’s Formula 1 opening round in Australia, has taken to YouTube to explain what the addition of KERS and an adjustable rear wing means for drivers. KERS system is only for a six-second, 80-horsepower boost.
Made from carbon fiber, each wheel can cost $50,000; they have to unlatch in less than five seconds for emergencies, and the weight-saving cutouts along the bottom are possible because they never turn more than 3/4ths of a circle from lock to lock.