F1 has provided a platform to test some of the technologies that would not be tested in laboratories, such as braking systems and gearboxes.
Volvo F1-inspired FKERS system
Volvo has announced a new and better flywheel kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) that will try to achieve the above mentioned goal by making use of the energy present in the automobile while decelerating.
F1-inspired suspension in Lamborghini
This F1-inspired suspension technology – as per Lamborghini – is now in the process of being incorporated in the company’s new line of cars, starting with the lightweight LP700-4.
McLaren has decided to bring this technology into normal automobiles The single-piece carbon-composite passenger cell is in use in nearly all the F1 cars seen on the race-circuits today.
PRIMAX 95 Xtra
A different kind of gasoline is used in F1 cars, which tends to bring about high-power deliverance and increase in mileage. This technology is the inspiration of the recently launched PRIMAX 95 Xtra produced by Petronas Dagangan.
Pirelli F1-inspired road tire
The F1 car tires withstand hours of high-speed racing. Pirelli’s tires are known for friction resistance, high temperature tolerance and strong grip.