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Shashank Royal t (1 month ago)
Wasn't it long ago they sort of banned refiling during race
Bob Marley (2 months ago)
Damon Hill - just some random guy
Giorgio Ceriani (2 months ago)
Actually a f1 car can reach up to 6g in corner before 2017, and 7g after 2017 (Hamilton during the pole position lap of 2017 Australian gp reach 6.5g)
Ed TheCarguy (2 months ago)
"May the best driver win!" 3:06 *Doesn't even watch F1* Also,F1 cars don't refuel during a race since 2008. Also Damon Hill did win the 1996 F1 championship. *LEAVE THIS TO THE FORMULA 1 FANS IDIOT*
Crash Hard F1 (2 months ago)
No
Max Carrion (3 months ago)
Everyone keeps copying the same video from each other. All these channels are a sham.
ikosanweee (4 months ago)
1:15 around 11500 with the 2018 regulations
jeezleweez F (4 months ago)
F1 became pussy in 2014.
Atom Strut (5 months ago)
*JUST LEAVE THAT TO THE F1 FANS*
Mr. M (7 months ago)
....Well excuse the fuck outta me!!!!!
FullOilBarrel (7 months ago)
6: It only gets slower
Christian Merolli (8 months ago)
Very outdated facts, even for 2015
Sam Boofle (8 months ago)
'6.3 mil pounds'... HAHAHHA more like 60+ million f1 cars also can corner at around 7g now (look at Lewis Hamilton's lap of australia in 2017, he hits something like 6.9g)
Specter1031 (8 months ago)
You know this is old when they bring up the beautifully sounding 18,000 rpm that hasn't been around on years
Adam S (8 months ago)
I'm disappointed by these types of people
Jon Fukumoto (9 months ago)
As of the 2010 season, refueling was banned due to cost and safety concerns As of the 2014 season, Formula One cars now use 1.6L V6 turbocharged engines which revs to not more than 15,000 rpm.
Mac Nicholson (9 months ago)
Yeah I think too fuel drag racing is the worlds fastest motor sport
curtinscouch (9 months ago)
I you want to see factually correct F1 content I would suggest WTF1
WRX NATION (9 months ago)
Refuelling was banned in 2010...
Sean Bowen (9 months ago)
The tires disperse 65 litres per/sec not 250 lmao
Victor Drevin (9 months ago)
Fastest motorsport? Top fuel drag race is faster... six G's exeleration and 0-550 km/h in aroung three and a half seconds
Thomas John Solidum (9 months ago)
Well its the fastest overall motorsport as the cars not only go fast in a straight line but also go fast in the corners.
matteastwood87 (9 months ago)
I masturbate on a hill regularly , can I be the next world champion?
SilkyBigMac (9 months ago)
My last name is hill
Dan Lam (10 months ago)
Manhole "fact" is bullshit
Khristian4444 (11 months ago)
Drag racing is faster in straight-line.
The Human Rat (11 months ago)
Refueling is banned in F1. happened in 2010.
Quarkhammer (1 year ago)
fighter jets dont top out at 8 or 8 g, its the pilot that tops out, technically modern planes can withstand a lot more
Moritz Roland (1 year ago)
Up to 7gs
Giorgio Ceriani (2 months ago)
antonis can i have free slipstream? 2017 f1 car can reach 7g
Moritz Roland (10 months ago)
Formula FunGr lol yes... we are in 2017...
Moritz Roland lol no
Myasa Man (1 year ago)
this was created 2 years out of date...
Arfdog (1 year ago)
Ok the reason they are able to rev to 18k is because the stroke is half. The piston speeds are the same as any high-end sports car like a Porsche.
Brand Bishop (1 year ago)
100mph starts and stops in just 4 seconds...Now that's just crazy!
Carlitox b (1 year ago)
Refueling is not allowed in F1 since long ago, get your facts updated kid
AgentMassif (1 year ago)
@Askmen Remove this video immediately most of the facts are out of date af and few a are plain inaccurate
Alexander Barr (1 year ago)
There is no refueling in f1 anymore and has not been for nearly 10 years now.
Alexander Barr (1 year ago)
The rpm information is not up to date. The new v6 hybrid power units only have an rpm limit of around 13,000 rpm.
Tristan 31004 (7 months ago)
Alexander Barr ha nope, the f1 cars have a limit of 15000rpm but they never get to that
N75911 (1 year ago)
Make that the 5th fastest motorsport behind NHRA Top Fuel, Red Bull Air Racing, IndyCar and LMP1... Unless you just mean lap time around a circuit wise, then sure.
Hugo Petch (1 year ago)
It takes 1,300 people to build 2 cars, and the budget for Amg Merc this year is £300Million
Ryan Miller (1 year ago)
So much of this is not on point. Ask men is complete trash journalism and I'd expect no different.
F1RacingFans (1 year ago)
They do not refuel, they rev up to 15 000 rpm 12 out of 14 not that bad you get a B for this video
bobi wu (1 year ago)
Refilling is now illegal in F1
Xhalt Gaming (1 year ago)
rpm is not rev per minute it is revolutions per minute dumb dumb
ForzaWiz (1 year ago)
Xhalt Gaming this whole video is retarded lol
Máté Ágoston (1 year ago)
"Fastest motorsport." In which meaning?
AJW10 (1 year ago)
On normal circuits
Mark S. (1 year ago)
Nr 15 F1 cars Sound like a vacuum cleaner
Bad Santa (1 year ago)
VIOLENT. 2017 is going to be crazy.
MrPaska78 (1 year ago)
Old shit! Some utter BS!
Riki Newton (1 year ago)
May the best driver win - indeed... But !! NOT Nico Rosberg in 2017 - for he has forsaken any chance of retaining his world title - by retiring. Strange move ? Oh my Lord YES ! I mean wtf & why ! Peace. Rx
Pratyush Vats (1 year ago)
Well, I'm changing my last name to Hill
bryan beecroft (1 year ago)
This is total bullshit.
Charles Damery (1 year ago)
Changed now with two Rosbergs being World Champions. Keke, 1982 and Nico 2016.
Nitronixus (1 year ago)
all speed and measures are good for this era, but it doesnt have the spirit that f1 used to have back then.... Soo many wrong things on the industry
icedbannanas (1 year ago)
Refueling...??? bit out of date there
Arko Mukherjee (1 year ago)
2:59 That look on Michael Schumacher's face...😂😂
Turbyo (1 year ago)
may the best car win*
SingleTurboSupra (1 year ago)
Ffs how about not making a video about a subject you know nothing about
The Stig (1 year ago)
His voice is so similar to Christian Horner's.
Will Hall (1 year ago)
Many of these facts and photos are outdated... 1. Price is a few million more than shown. 2. Since the new turbo V6 era has begun the rev limit is 15,000rpm, however most cars only rev out to 12,000rpm due to the fuel flow rate rule. 3. F1 cars can do 0-100mph in 4 seconds, while this is still impressive it's not near as impressive as 0-100-0 in that time. 4. The large rims shown as he's talking about the brake temp is a prototype only and has never been used in any F1 event. 5. Modern F1 cars can produce around 4.5G in high speed corner, well above 3G. 6. Refueling has not even been a thing in F1 for years now.
ONE FB (1 year ago)
2:58 the ferrari driver is the original Stig from Top Gear UK
AJW10 (1 year ago)
He drove a fxx for once. That's it.
Master (1 year ago)
Fastest motorsport? Where do you guys get your facts from? Cosmo? Had to stop the video before the first "fact".
AJW10 (1 year ago)
Ehhmm. It is the fastest and most difficult motorsport. Indycars and dragracers are good in straight lines, but that's about it. Going through a corner in f1 is bassically a decapitation of your head.
Vebaaaz (1 year ago)
?
Altagracio01 (1 year ago)
To many information and you speak so fast man!!
Augusto Sena (1 year ago)
Number 15: F1 is dead.
Maloy7800 (1 year ago)
Usual collection of bullshit. The "185 mph through the wall" is from Martin Brundle's joke. Everything else is just tabloid junk. Including the cost. Oh, and refuelling was banned FIVE YEARS before this "content" was uploaded. Typical click bait mass-made by someone who has no idea about the subject.
Theron Smith RACING (1 year ago)
James hunt!
Bogdan Rus (1 year ago)
Nice video. The narator's voice is very similar to Christian Horner's voice.
tAmEz ZoDiAc (1 year ago)
Boring NASCAR is better
Giorgio Ceriani (2 months ago)
NASCAR is boring , turn left, turn left, turn left, turn left... Zzzzzzzz
Simon (1 year ago)
said no one ever
Carlos Sorto-Chong (1 year ago)
but there is no refueling
PandyTim BR (1 year ago)
bring refueling back fia
Some are crazy but some are already explained by F1 in their "F1 2016 in numbers video" but great vid!
Jackson Fuller (1 year ago)
There is no way the force of an F1 car decelerating is comparable to hitting a wall at 185mph. That is enough force to turn a driver into jello.
AJW10 (1 year ago)
It's a joke Martin Brundle (ex driver) told a while ago.
MsMc111 (1 year ago)
There is no refuelling on f1 races since 2010.
MsMc111 (1 year ago)
F1 engines rev up to 12000 since 2014, but noone uses them more than 11000.
Anthony Mcqueen (1 year ago)
The most advanced cars and racing series in the world period. No other series comes close these athletes need to be in sharp condition to survive.
GetOverHere (1 year ago)
Anthony Mcqueen Having to be in peak physical condition isn't required to survive though it helps in the event of an accident. Being in peak physical condition is essential to drive quickly and consistently due to the forces placed on your body.
tAmEz ZoDiAc (1 year ago)
Anthony Mcqueen NASCAR is better
TeKaMOTO (1 year ago)
It's so good you made that comparison about the deceleration cause I totally know how it feels to hit a brick wall at 185mph! Thank you!
GlacialWolf (1 year ago)
ikr
Laggy Jim (1 year ago)
Refuelling stopped in 2010
V8HiluxZX6R (1 year ago)
informative... but as a biker it's annoying when people use the rpm of a road car as a boast... most 4-600cc bikes will rev higher than f1 cars... Doesn't mean shit in the context used in this video. i.e. rpm directly relates to power.
noname0000013 (1 year ago)
2 of those facts are actuly incorect concidering the date this was uploadet. firstly the engine´s they curently (from 2014 onwards) use have got a rev-limit of 15k instead of the 18k mensiond in the video. aside from that they dont refeul the cars anymore during the race. this was banned at the end of 2009 deu to safety.
Saurutobi (1 year ago)
So many of these facts are wrong! especially since this was posted on Mar19, 2015. Refuelling has been out since at least 2010 and the cars upper rev limit is 15000rpm
Leighton Booth (1 year ago)
f1 cars haven't revved to 18000 since the turbos came in....
atjays (1 year ago)
Quite a few of these facts were no longer true many years before this was made. F1 no longer refuels during races and doesn't use that type of rapid fueling equipment anymore. They now use Hybrid V6 engines revving up to 15,000 rpm, though most teams run conservatively around 12-13k rpms. Corning speeds now have the cars in excess of 4g's at some circuits. I'm sure there are some crazy interesting facts about their hybrid power units, acceleration and other things that apply to today's formula vs. the older cars the video references
Prins van Oranje (1 year ago)
''The force of deceleration is equal to hitting a brick wall at 185mph.'' No it isn't, because that would cause your organs to crash and compact into your bones. F1 drivers lie another day, that being proof. In fact none of your facts are true.
Prins van Oranje (1 year ago)
+Andrew Fallon So basically it's stupid. 
AJW10 (1 year ago)
It's just a joke from an ex driver.
Andrew Fallon (1 year ago)
and it's only because they don't have a torque converter. It's just the force of the deceleration from wind resistance and engine turnover drag.
Prins van Oranje (1 year ago)
+atjays Thanks for the information. I agree it was misworded, because as far I am concerned it is impossible to crash into a wall at over 60mph, because your organs would be severely damaged. Thanks!  
atjays (1 year ago)
I think that fact was just poorly worded. Crashing THROUGH a brick wall, meaning you don't suddenly stop (and die). I imagine there's quite a large "punch" when they hit the brakes, which is what they poorly conveyed.
1:28 wait wait wait that's nit true
AJW10 (1 year ago)
It is true.
TinyRodent (1 year ago)
Because you added some random facts to show how good certain aspects are you should have mentioned that the engine is so fast that you can actually use it to play music, proof of this is when Richard Hammond drove an f1 car and to celebrate they made the engine produce a song
Dalton G (1 year ago)
The base entry fee for a Formula 1 season is 500,000 USD. The team that won the Constructors' Championship from last season has to pay an additional 6,000 USD for each point scored and the other teams have to pay and additional 5,000 USD for each point scored. This season Mercedes had to pay an entry fee of $4,781,000
Dalton G (1 year ago)
+atjays It's a rough estimate because the real number are 516,128 USD for the base fee and the constructors' champion has to pay 6,194 USD for each point earned from last season, while the other teams had to pay 5,161 USD for each point earned from last season. Mercedes had to pay 4,870,510 USD to compete in the 2016 season
atjays (1 year ago)
That's not true.... lol
Absolute Legend (1 year ago)
Damon Hill has a worldchampioship obviously in 1996
DaveMcIroy (1 year ago)
Fastest Motorsport? What about Planes? 18,000 RPM on the engine? Bullshit. With Turbos it's about 10,500 max. Can't watch the video any longer.
AJW10 (1 year ago)
DaveMclroy Well, with motorsport we mean everything on wheels.
Simon (1 year ago)
+DaveMcIroy They are all similar (except drag racing), but Plane stuff is very different. I think it should stop there.
DaveMcIroy (1 year ago)
Simon It's different, so what? LMP1 at Le Mans are different (no tire management f. e.), bike races are different, dragster races are (which are waaaaay faster then F1), truck races are and so on. I can't see, how such an easy term like "motor sport" has to be in interpreted.
Simon (1 year ago)
+DaveMcIroy First of all... Your* And the reason why i think this can't be compared is because Car racing is completely different. There are racing lines in car racing, there is fuel and tire management, there are racing strategies, there is car balancing and so much more. It's not really the same with plane stunting (or racing, if that exists).
DaveMcIroy (1 year ago)
Simon You're analogy is wrong, cause no one said anything about fuel. Otherwise a diesel generator would count as well. Is acrobatic flying a sport? Yes. Is a motor necessary? Yes. Well, you got motor sport. That simple.
JustinWdn11 (1 year ago)
May the best driver (Rosberg) win :)
Roland C (1 year ago)
mph? really?
Evin Herzberg (1 year ago)
f1 doesn't refill
Kent Tam (1 year ago)
The Rev counter is counting the rotation per minute of the fly wheel . But I don't quite think it is equal to the piston travel up and down 300 per second
Tom Laight (1 year ago)
Each revolution of the crankshaft (flywheel too) corresponds to each piston travelling two strokes, i.e. up and down. 18,000 rev/min = 18,000/60 rev/sec = 300 rev/sec => two strokes, one up, one down (piston goes back to where it started twice), 300 times per second. Professional engine engineer :)
Gamerred 93 (1 year ago)
I absolutely loved this video! Not just great, but phenomenal facts :).
Diego Ruiz (1 year ago)
Some actual weird facts: 1 · The prize pot is not given based only in results. Things like prestige and years in the sport make the money go to 1 way or the other. Most of the years Ferrari is the one that gets the most money out of F1's prize pot even if they had been 3rd best or even 4th best manufacturer 2 · Williams, one of the biggest F1 teams of all time, originally started modifying other F1 cars for customers 3 · The Brabham team once tried to use snowmobile-powered vacuums to suck the air from beneath the car to greatly increase downforce and also make it non-dependent on speed like wings do. It won its only GP ever, lots of people complained about certain safety and rulebook issues and it was banned 4 · There were a few 6-wheel F1 cars back in the day. They were not very successful and were banned in the end. Nowadays a F1 car can only have 4 wheels 5 · In the 90s, back when driving aids were now and they were seen as _cool_, some teams managed to create cars with active suspension. Engineers would program the car to rise, lower, lean and other stuff depending on the place of the track. There is a Youtube video of Williams F1 car moving on its own while stopped while nobody is inside and it is CREEPY 6 · F1 races have not been around 307km (except for Monaco and others) forever. The typical race length stood at around 360km (Monaco was around 300km) for quite some time 7 · The only continent to have never hold a F1 race is Antarctica. There were GPs in South Africa and even Morocco for quite some years 8 · The calendar has had a lot of changes since the beginning. Some seasons have started as soon as mid January or as late as May and have finished as late as late December (28th!!!) or as soon as September 9 · First season with only street circuits and _proper_ racing tracks? 1971. There were 9 racing tracks plus 2 street circuits (Monaco and Montjuich, in Barcelona, Spain) 10 · Even though some of the turbo engines made as much as 1200hp, drivers usually short shifted and never used those numbers on the racing surface, not even during their qualifying efforts 11 · There have been many many qualifying formats over the years, with the most changes happening during the 21st century 12 · _Tyre wars_ happened until the last 2 companies involved (Michelin & Bridgestone) thought the money spent on developing tyres was too much and decided to drop out 13 · Between 1957 and 1970 at least 1 driver died while competing in F1 14 · There used to be non-championship F1 races. In those races teams competed for money and smaller trophies. In some races only small teams would sign up giving them the chance to win a _F1 race_ 15 · Not many years ago scoring a point was a lot harder and championship battles were quite unfair since drivers would get 10-6-4-3-2-1, then it was changed to the more fair 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 and the current point system is fairly similar to the older one (similar proportion) but now the top10 cars score points 16 · Only 2 women have ever started a F1 race. Lella Lombardi once scored 0,5 points by finishing 6th in the shortened 1975 Spanish GP. Her teammate finished a lapped ahead of her after he qualified 5th and she qualified 24th. 18 people retired from that race
Diego Ruiz (1 year ago)
+Car Guy Only a small percentage is based in points. Ferrari and McLaren usually get most money even if they're doing shitty. Prestige and years in the sport play a fairly big part
Car Guy (1 year ago)
What fucking pot? They get awarded based on their points
Martijn van den Boom (1 year ago)
pistons goes 50 times a second v6 mate not a one cilinder
Louis Bennett (1 year ago)
Speedway & Grasstack bikes go from 0-60 MPH in 3 seconds... faster than a F1 car
Louis Bennett (1 year ago)
+Callum Penman Exactly ;) no brakes too
Callum Penman (1 year ago)
Jack Bentley fook me that's quick
Louis Bennett (1 year ago)
+Albert Wijnkoop We'll tbh I just rounded up. Official figure is 2.3
AJW10 (1 year ago)
A decent accelaration of a f1 car to 60 is around 2.5 seconds.
Will Hall (1 year ago)
Oh, sorry buddy!
nucklehead2 (1 year ago)
With regards to the "worlds fastest Motorsport" I believe the NHRA has that title. 336+MPH...
Diego Ruiz (1 year ago)
On a roadcourse nothing is faster. If F1 cars were allowed to go around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval they would be probably 10-15% faster than the Indycars have ever been and I am talking about nowadays, let alone during the 3000cc V10 days of 2004
Jeff Ng (1 year ago)
as far as refueling goes, F1 has banned such practice since 2011
Nick De Las Alas (1 year ago)
0-100-0 in four seconds?
Giorgio Ceriani (2 months ago)
An f1 car do 0-200 in less than 5 second and 0-300 in 10 seconds
Giorgio Ceriani (2 months ago)
Probably 4 seconds are too much, is more in 3.2 - 3.5 second 0-100 -> 2.6 s 100-0 -> 1s
Jon Dury (4 months ago)
That's about the only fact he did get right.
Callum Penman (1 year ago)
Nick De Las Alas they're travelling at over 100 mph round 90 degree bends while fending off over 20 other drivers, I mean is there anything else like that?
Nick De Las Alas (1 year ago)
+Joe S Its crazy to think how fast f1 drivers have to react
Abstract Note (1 year ago)
F1 is not the fastest Motorsport. IndyCar is at 240mph & F1 is round 215mph
Giorgio Ceriani (2 months ago)
Try to lap the Catalonia circuit in 1:16 with an indycar... Or monaco under 1:11...
Simon (1 year ago)
F1 is more like 220+ mph and F1 cars have more downforce.
scott mackay (1 year ago)
drag racing is the fastest motorsport
AJW10 (1 year ago)
In a straight line for 2 km's yes. Everywhere else...............No
Bingo Bango (1 year ago)
F1 cars go 0-60 in 0.2 seconds.
Giorgio Ceriani (2 months ago)
0-60 mph in 2.6 s
Bingo Bango no they are not rockets..
JohnK12 (1 year ago)
Damon Hill won the 1996 season, didn't he?
JakeTV (1 year ago)
Yep.
Zero Ninety (1 year ago)
Yes
Vivid Paradox13 (1 year ago)
But they don't refuel anymore.

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