Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Formula 1 is awesome

At the end of the 2006 season, Formula One engines typically used a 20,000 RPM redline (sometimes even throughout the course of a Grand Prix), and produced a peak power of about 755 BHP at above 19,000 RPM, with a peak torque of about 214 lb-ft (290 nm) at 17,000 RPM. Those levels of power and torque are 315 BHP/liter and 15.2 bar of BMEP respectively.

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