Speed Comparison GT vs. F1

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+22 1. elchupacabra commented 8 years ago

Eau Rouge, Spa Francrchamps. Touring cars go at about 170 kmph and F1 cars to about 300 kmph.
Michael Schumacher was the first to go flat out in an F1 car through Eau Rouge. ;)
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+57 2. Klawd3 commented 8 years ago

:O never imagined there was such difference...
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+16 3. jeffy commented 8 years ago

The power to weight ratio is a very different between this two type of vehicles . The F1 cars are made of honeycomb and carbon fiber and are powered by lightened V10 engines , while the GT cars are more like modified road cars . Of course the difference is that big .
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+36 4. gringo commented 8 years ago

Would like to see a third window with a road car like VW Golf GTI :(|)
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+32 6. mmmendal commented 8 years ago

You must have jedi reflexes to drive F1.
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+8 7. Limberg commented 8 years ago

#4 Don't know if this was here before but this is similar to what you want

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+4 8. LoLxD commented 8 years ago

I think the F1 cars are faster....
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+3 9. Tareim (admin) commented 8 years ago

#3 F1 cars are powered by V8s and have been for 5 years now
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+4 10. armageddon commented 8 years ago

GT cars are like a slowmotion compared to F1 :O
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+3 11. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

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+3 12. kurkudjikul commented 8 years ago

The largest share of speed diference is becouse of aerodinamics. F1 can go faster in turns without the danger of crashing.
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+5 13. dogma01 commented 8 years ago

F1 soon to hav turbo....... give me rallying any day of the week. don't see f1 or gt in a forrest doing 100mph ;)
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+5 14. cincodemayo commented 8 years ago

In other words, there is no comparison
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+4 15. metataggers commented 8 years ago

F1, GT, Nascar, Stock...whatever. The video is sweet!
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+4 16. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#13 Yea I don't know which is more crazy/dangerous;Rally racing or the Isle of Man TT motorcycle race. Not much room for error in either one.
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+2 17. Highmeadow commented 8 years ago

I've found that "faster" racing isn't always "more interesting" racing. Just look at MotoGP. The new 600cc support class is much more entertaining than the premier class. And I agree, rally rocks.
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0 18. valerion commented 8 years ago

Seriously, was that real? looks almost like it's twice as fast. What speeds are we talking about here?
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+3 19. SunshineEddy commented 8 years ago

#18 seriously? Your question was answered by #1 Read the comments. People on snotr can sometimes be trolls, but they are also amazingly informative..... IF you read the comments.
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+1 20. jackDjohnson commented 6 years ago

Yeah i pick the right lane.. " I do 90 on the freeway, so if you do the speed limit, stay the fuck up outa my way " :D 8-)