I don't think F1 cars have a reverse gear. They are not like normal cars wherein the driver is expected to drive the vehicle both forward and backward. If a F1 car needs to be reversed, the driver puts the car in neutral gear and mechanics push the car backwards.
The lift and pull reverse gear is found in cars like the Chevrolet Optra. To shift on to reverse, lift the ring below the gear knob and shift on to 1st gear like you would always do, but with the ring being held.
It is important to know the location of the different car parts. The Reverse Gear Light Switch is located on top of the gearbox in most cars.
Could be the type of gears used for transmission reverse gear
only automatic transmissions, manuals have their forward and reverse gear selections
as per internationl standard cars have only one reverse gear light.
Formula 1 cars are semi-automatic with a paddle powered gear change. Which usually have 6 or 7 forward gears and one reverse gear.
They have a 7 speed box (6 forward 1 Reverse) on a sequential shift and a button to press for reverse. The gear ratios can be changed by the mechanics for different cicuits. The cars are also equipped with a button to press for the pit lane speed limiter, which does as says limits the car to pit lane speed
You need to lift the collar on the gear stick to engage reverse gear
F1 is great but it depends whether your interested in cars and racing or not!
No but the F1 cars have a flappy paddle gearbox.
F1 cars need friction for their brakes, if they didn't have friction on there brakes then it wouldn't be able to brake.
new regulations in 2009 limited the revs from 19,000rpm to 18,000rpm
The F1 races are for Formula 1 cars only.
no but you can by a kit on eBay for a reverse gear
The reverse gear is the strongest.
Its not in reverse gear.
Some manual cars have a safety built into the reverse shift of the transmission. You need to push the shift knob down, and then over into the reverse gear.