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How F1 Suspension Works
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  • Imagine the F1 car with the technology of nowadays but using a V10 turbo

  • The lady interviewed on video was Michele Mouton Works Audi driver in Group B era. She now is FIA safety delegate and drives each WRC stage before first car checking all spectators on safe place,

  • TL;DR Hamilton ran wide of the apex - ergo his fault. Quite why it took you over 8 minutes of waffle to get to that baffles me.

  • Really cool analysis

  • Interesting. How about Japan Super GT ?

  • FYI , .01 mm equates to .00039 inches , which in today's world of Cnc machining and grinding is not a difficult tolerance to hold . Point is they make sound difficult to jack up the prices .

  • The craziest part about these dragsters is the cockpit. They have to be small enough to be extremely aerodynamic yet still big enough to support the drivers massive, giant balls.

  • They prolly make adjustments to his whole car via Bluetooth depending on his key words.

  • Old smokey has by far the most complex force induction system ever. You should hear him explain it. There's and intercooler for every turbo which is at least 3

  • I'll have to disagree, because it's 2 fold. Per the actual rule book. If a driver in the inside is alongside of another car then you have to give that driver room, which Max did not. He tried to squeeze Hamilton. Secondly through video/images Max tried to cut Lewis off. Ultimately it was Max aggressive driving that caused his demise. Not to mention there was several drivers that passed at that same corner without issue. CL tried to do the same as Max but couldn't hold the line and went wide, which cost him the lead. Lewis just held his ground, he yielded to many times to Max, playing it safe. Lewis just got tired of it and stood his ground. Lastly Max did the same thing in the sprint race and Lewis backed off.

  • From day one, it looked obvious to me that Hamilton drove unnecessarily wider than the normal inside racing line. And Verstapen was giving enough space, but needed to turn in a little, and maybe expected Hamilton to not hog all the space.

  • It's interesting how Jolyon Palmer, recent form F1 driver, using frame-by-frame analysis comes into a completely different conclusion. Who's opinion to trust?! A former F1 driver, or some guy looking to make a raise flogging hats? cs-tv.org/tv/video-Rp0GG4y3is8.html

  • THUMBNAIL 5:26

  • Wish the regulations could be as loose as back then. Pushing motorsport innovation as F1 should. Now you can’t have your wing bending 1cm without the FIA meddling.

  • 6:16 "The most intelegent wank to drive" lol

  • Long story short webber flies every car he steps in

  • That.... is what it looks like when the ass end is trying to outrun the front end. MOPAR BABY.😎

  • I always loved how Lewis never gives up, but this was a little desperate and reckless, not that he'll care, but he lost a bunch of respect from me. You could argue that both drivers had some fault, but in the end, only one of them ended up in the wall and the other with all the points.

  • Colin was my idol growing up he was my hero and still is he had brass balls he could make a car sing👍👍

  • Just when you think their innovations can't get anymore groundbreaking they come out and reinvent the freaking wheel.

  • Watch the lap, it’s unreal. The boost on the car gets it up to 300kmh almost immediately.

  • So basically he drove like he was in a video game.

  • It's stupid that they banned the mass damper.

  • I agree with the analysis apart from one part - how hard Hamilton was really trying to stay on the apex. Hamilton has form for this. He would push Rosberg of the track with such regularity it was a meme. The fact he didn't do it with Button when they were side-by-side because there'd have been a public backlash in the UK shows he knows exactly what he's doing. He'll go in so fast on the inside that he's guaranteed to either come out in front or take the other driver out.

  • I am LOVING your commentary dude!!

  • @drive61 make one about Max vs Lewis

  • This is how you put your opinion out, holding someone accountable but not blaming them completely.

  • Eating half of the word so hard to understand

  • Look let’s not get so technical. Hamilton was too hot braking and under steered and took Max out.. That was a desperate move and he was rewarded and Max has a destroyed car and a trip to the hospital.NASCAR move.

  • So they pretty much did the same thing as a snowmobile, just faster !!

  • He liked the car pointy , he used to ask his mechanics to just help get the front end in and that he would deal with whatever the rear got up to .

  • At around 3:05 you say the F1 time was 1:12.8. This is followed by a CART time of 1:01,18.9 which you say is six seconds slower. I didn't realize until I started writing this comment that what you meant was 1:18.9, I just heard the 1:01.

  • F1 is traction limited

  • It was Nigel Mansell & Riccardo Patrese in 1992 not Nelson Piquet

  • RIP Henri and Serigio

  • Lewis got along side Max on the inside leading up to the corner turn in. Max gets off the brakes a bit earlier and leaps about 3/4 of a car length ahead then turns in. He knew Lewis was on the inside and he knew Lewis was carrying lots of speed but not so much that he’d never make it work. Max should have yielded the corner knowing two cars would never get through there together. Here’s a perfect example where Hamilton on the outside concedes the corner to Raikkonen on the inside and they both race on. cs-tv.org/tv/video-7njqB0G0-aE.html (20 seconds into the video)

  • Good contents as always👍🏼 For me I think the mass damper from Renault is the smartest and most creative one, just simple and effective.

  • _Like grapping onto a driving train_ Yeah right! _From 0 to 100 mph in well under a second_ Damn, they weren't kidding!

  • When you talk about MotoGP you should only use MotoGP content.. The BMW bikes you show are Superbikes!

  • 2:48 - probably the motogp bike

  • Ayy I see a Major Hardware reference

  • $10,000 sim rig and it doesn't have any motion?

  • I love how Scott Mansell's wiki page immediately states "Not related to Nigel"

  • Right that's it. Article 273: stop taking the piss

  • Great video!

  • It all depends on the tyres. F1 would win, because they have the money to ensure they will. Just look at the difference in pit stop times.

  • I can understand why ppl think it is 100% ham at fault, and that he should have backed out, however, max, knew that being positioned around the outside at copse is a very vulnerable position to be in, yet he stuck with it, instead of backing out. This is why it is a 50-50 more than you might think, since they could both have averted crash had they backed out and conceded. Finally, what took max out, was his tyre coming off the rim, which is a really odd thing to see. Had the tyre stayed on, he would have probably had quite a bit more braking force.

  • sounds like this has been recorded in a toilet lol

  • You got to finish races to win championships

  • Rumour says that Horner still saying 51g crash at home

  • If you can beat him take him out! Hamilton should be disqualified!

  • Verstappen “expected”.. That was the mistake right there. Expectation. When I am driving a 11.5tonne vehicle along the road.. if I ‘EXPECT’ a pedestrian not to walk out of the bank; just having sorted the student loan out.. who now is now very happy that they can get some clothes, and get smashed on the weekend; but first has to go to the main library and sort out those two assignments.. and is listening to music on the tell tale white earpods.. Who has just walked straight out of the bank, straight across the pavement, and has one foot transitioning from paving stone to tarmac.. who has NOT looked in my Direction.. ..then in their perception of the world, I do not exist; but in reality I DO!! Common sense expectation now has that person lying cold on a morgue slab. But in reality, my experience planning, pre-emptive driving skills and reactions; allows that person to live and see another day. (Also I should reasonably be able to expect an apology acknowledgement, or a bit of humble gratitude for accommodating and avoiding THEIR mistake.. but in reality for the TWELVE PLUS times I have saved people from their own stupidity.. I get a defensive snarl and self stupidity denying look like... WHAT ARE YOU DOING... ON A ROAD... IN A VEHICLE... I AM WALKING HERE! A motorcyclist should be able to ‘expect’ that other vehicle users will look at two different points up the road before they pull out.. thereby eliminating the blind spot in the human eyeball... yet 1000’s of motorcyclists are pulled out in front of; and then become tarmac gymnasts or morgue slab statues. Expectation <--> Reality ...you see... Not always the same thing. If Verstappen ‘Expected’ Hamilton not to be where he WAS, because he could not see.. then it was Verstappens OWN fault.. They are rivals too lets not forget. If Hamilton was 1 or 2 feet from the apex deliberately.. I remember a F1 Legend stating that he would put a rival in a position whether or not to have a collision; and leave them with the choice... You have deliberately left the clip out.. But I did not see Hamilton hit Verstappens car.. I SAW Verstappens car hit Hamiltons... and his car came off worse.. so.. bad choice Verstappen. I have no idea why you would defend Verstappens driving.. which is clearly and evidently LESS than Lewis Hamiltons, and at fault. But.. everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

    • @A C Coping!

    • Cope

  • Racing incident. 50/50. They both could have driven differently.

  • Just drive off the track and this won't happen. Idiots

  • Do an unrestricted top speed comparison.

  • thats totaly crap, where are these information from? Formula 2 same stats like 3?

  • More importantly an F1 car would walk all over an Indy car at a Grand Prix circuit

  • Sounds like you're saying purr geaut

  • How did you get the numbers in the beginning all wrong? Dont you check your videos before uploading them?

  • In any type of racing! It's the responsibility of the following car to give up the line!!!! Should have pulled Hamilton's points and podium! I firmly believe that they should let these teams race aggressively but this was rookie mistake by a world champion.

  • My Mitsubishi Lancer ES 08 Auto has CVT I often think of this Williams and feel awesome about it lol.

  • Just found this in my suggestions. Great content! Keep the good work going.

  • The problem for the F1 cars is they are sprinters and Indy is a marathon.

  • Have been driving in India for last 7 years, never knew I had the skills that match a rally driver

  • It's always the car in front in the corner who has the advantage there was room for lewis

  • Did you just say the X-Wing Tyrrell wasn’t pretty? HERESY SIR, THESE WORDS ARE HERESY.

  • The only comment I would make on this video is that Hamilton's apex was NEVER the "natural line" over the entire weekend. He avoided the curb from FP1 to the final lap, so why would you think that he was aiming or wanting to get on the curb? As a racer yourself, you know that some drivers have their own line because it suits their style or car requirements, especially when battling with a rival.

  • why is this useless lad so iconic then? hes shit

  • 4:25 is false. Nascar stock cars can do well over 230mph, don't believe me? Go check out Rusty Wallace's tire test at Talladega unrestricted. I believe Stock cars could even break 240mph today.

  • I miss CART. They put on a good show. Haven't had much interest in any open wheel since.

  • People suggesting that somehow Max has been crashed off the track on purpose, how does that happen? The result of a touch like this could see many different scenarios which could have resulted in either, both or neither cars going off the track or losing body parts, this scenario has been played out several time and only ever favours the driver leading the championship, never the chasing driver, were it the last race of the season with Hamilton needing to finish in front of Max then perhaps, but there's no way Hamilton could have afforded to risk ramming Max, there's no contact that will guarantee one car staying on and the other going off.

  • No mistake by Hamilton. Can't believe this analysis. There is no obligation to hit the apex. Even after contact Lewis made the corner. The trouble here is you assuming Lewis should have used a certain line.

  • F1 would have to completely redesign the car to be indy... then indy just has to turn up the boost and would produce more power..