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Transcript of Formula 1
Formula 1 of most people 1 Collision
3 Runaround my experience of Formula 1 When I was 13 years old, I watched my first Formula 1 match with my brother, I loved the game because of Michael Schumacher. my understanding
of Formula 1 what appears to me of the boring sport!! uncertain persistence Experience understanding fascination Michael Schumacher Michael Schumacher , born 3 January 1969,is a retired German Formula One racing driver. Up to the end of season 2012 he has been driving for the Mercedes team. Schumacher is a seven-time World Champion and is widely regarded as one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time.He holds many of Formula One's driver records, including most championships, race victories, fastest laps, pole positions, points scored and most races won in a single season – 13 in 2004. In 2002 he became the only driver in Formula One history to finish in the top three in every race of a season and then also broke the record for most consecutive podium finishes. strategy
1 different types of ties
2 number of stops teamwork
1 set-up of the car
2 time of stops Conventional racing wisdom says that the car setup is a balance between different things, but sometimes could be a trade-off, too. details Tires - A bit aside from tire optimal working temperatures, depending on the compound (90 - 125C), a word about the pressure.
Suspension - There are couple of settings and terms I'd like to highlight: Camber, caster, toe, rear and front ride height and rake.
Angle of attack (AoA) - That's something pretty self-explanatory - it's related to the more or less extreme angles of a wing, for example, aimed to achieve respectively down force or high-speed. When your tires start to degrade, your lap times will drop. This happens quicker on some tracks then others. If your lap times drop so much that you lose more time over a number of laps then a pits stop would cost you, you plan an extra pit stop.
Then there are a whole slew of factors to make things complicated: driver, track lay-out, place on the grid, weather forecast, chance of having a safety car phase, expected speed of the competition etc. etc. In the past when refuelling was allowed this was also an important one. during the long distance with high speed, you should pay attention all the time because you will win for one second or less. a story of Fernando Alonso After a courageous drive to finish eighth, Fernando Alonso collapsed in the media room. The cause being dehydration, due to not having any fluids available for most of the race when his drink pump failed. A Renault statement said, "He subsequently suffered from dehydration as he got out of the car. He has now fully recovered." whether
mechanical failure Ferrari is my favorite team, kimi raikkonen joined in Ferrari in 2007, I love this guy and I am his fans since 2007 2009 kimi raikkonen left Ferrari in 2009 for a lot of reasons, it's really a hard time for me. The most exciting thing for me in 2012 is kimi raikkonen and Michael Schumacher are back. I enjoyed every match. Kimi-Matias Räikkönen , born 17 October 1979, is a Finnish racing driver. He drives in Formula One for Lotus. After nine seasons racing in Formula One, in which he won the 2007 Formula One World Drivers' Championship, he competed in the World Rally Championship from 2010–2011. Formula 1 It' not boring! come on with me!