Skip to main content

Turbocharging and advanced hybrid tech coming to Formula 1

The cars' exhaust system will change from a two-pipe setup to a single pipe, which must be angled upwards to prevent exhaust flow from being used for aerodynamic effectUnlike “trickle down economics” which forgot to trickle down, Formula One has been known to develop race technology that has meandered its way into the mainstream in consumer form. McLaren’s carbon fiber monocoque, albeit an expensive design innovation reserved for high end exotics, was the direct result of F1 engineering. For the 2014 season, new hybrid technologies and requirements designed to make F1 racing more energized and eco-friendly are being introduced.
The cars' exhaust system will change from a two-pipe setup to a single pipe, which must be angled upwards to prevent exhaust flow from being used for aerodynamic effect

technology and energy recovery systems play an integral role in the car’s power makeup, but the engine size itself will be significantly reduced. In 2013, F1 teams were allowed a 2.4-liter naturally-aspirated V8 engine with power output of 750 bhp, but for the 2014 season, engines will lose two cylinders and almost a liter of displacement. At 1.6 liters, the new turbocharged V6 engines will generate 600 bhp, down 150 hp from the previous season. However, the loss of power through the gas powerplant will now be subsidized by new Energy Recover Systems (ERS).

The new ERS system for F1 is a next generation uptake on the previous Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS). For those unfamiliar with KERS, it involves capturing waste energy during braking, which is then transformed into electrical energy. When activated, energy stored in a small capacitor-like device provided teams with a sort of “electric nitrous oxide” shot to the tune of 60kW (80 bhp) for up to 6.67 seconds per lap. With the new ERS system for 2014, drivers will not only have access to longer power bursts of 33 seconds, but double the power to the tune of 120 kW (160 bhp). An “electronic rear brake control system” will also be introduced into all cars in order to cater for the extra power generated by the ERS system during braking.

The ERS system will also employ not one but two energy recovery sources. Regenerative braking technology for the season will remain relatively the same with minor updates. The Motor Generator Unit - Kinetic (MGU-K) in partnership with the Energy Store (ES), takes braking and heat energy from the brake rotors during the race, then converts it back out into the system in the form of that 160 hp electric burst through the generator unit. One of the main drawbacks to this system is that in the event of a breakdown, teams would lose a significant chunk of available power. Unlike V8 systems from last year, where teams still had reasonable power to continue and remain competitive, the loss of KERS and 160 hp in 2014 would most likely translate into a DNF


Popular posts from this blog

The Most awaited Yamaha YZF-R15 Version 3.0

Yamaha has officially unveiled the R15 Version 3.0 in Indonesia. The all-new 2017 R15 is powered by a 155.1cc engine, which develops maximum power of 19.04 Bhp @ 10000 rpm and maximum torque of 14.7 NM @ 8500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox, and the key rivals of R15 V3.0 are 2017 Honda CBR150R and Suzuki GSX-R150. As of now, Yamaha has not announced anything officially regarding the launch of R15 V3 in India, it is expected to be here within next 3-4 months .

Yamaha YZF-R15 Version 3.0 is expected to be launched in 2017 but as of now there are no official launch dates. So, we will have to wait a bit more before the official statement comes in. It is expected to be priced between Rs. 1.30-Rs. 1.35 lakhs (ex-showroom). It is expected to share its design elements from M-Slaz, Yamaha YZF R125 and YZF R6.

ENGINE, POWER & TORQUEDisplacement155.1 ccMaximum Power19.04 Bhp @ 10000 rpmMaximum Torque14.7 NM @ 8500 rpmEngine DescriptionLiquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valveCoolin…

Old very cute and small cars

Mini Cooper oldest:

Datsun 1971 240z 


1992 Ducati Sports car:

Austin Mini club 1971 Vintage cars 

Simca :

Do you know about the Rich girl of Dubai Lana Rose and its Mo Vlogs with Monthly 42 Million Viewers

Lana was born October 6, 1990 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. This twenty five years old  girl has a nice smile , Although she appears on her brother’s channel focusing around luxury cars and super sports, Lana’s own hobbies are quite different. Mohamed who is  currently living in Dubai with his sister Lana and his mom. they Daily uploads
Dubai Vlogs which are watched by millions of people their channel which has reached over 1.4 Million subscribers and is growing monthly by 180k thousand subscribers. reaching with his luxury lifestyle videos 42 Million views monthly.  

In her Videos she is presenting you the most luxury places, cars, shopping centers and even on of the greats Water-Park in Dubai .

 They do lot of activities which  you can do in Dubai with your family. There videos just express the daily luxurious life of the them which they used to upload on you tube
. The most videos which are popular are seems to be related with sport scar where she himself drives and her brother…