With no Power Steering and accelerations of up to 6gs, driving an F1 car is a huge physical feat. In addition the cars are so reliant on downforce, going slowly means that they lose most of their grip and the sheer power-weight ratio means the slightest mistake will send the car into a spin. F1 drivers - even the ones dragging a car round to come in last are hugely talented.
theoretically yes, although on most f1s it is illegal and very impractical.
Very, some drivers to biathlons just to keep fit, and all drivers must to weight training for their necks, so they don't get damaged when cornering or braking.
The Reticular Formation alerts a person who is driving along and brings them to full attention when a car pulls out in front of them.
It is a good idea to limit their ability to move around inside the car while you are driving. They can become a distraction and could physically get in the way of the driver.
Is Driving a car is similar to driving what A car is similar to driving a fighter plane
Michael Schumacher drove the #32 car in his first ever Formula 1 race on August 25, 1991. He competed in five more races that season, driving the #19 car.
there is a tube to there mouth under their helmet, they press a button and water comes out
Driving a manual car means your a unicorn
Driving in My Car was created on 1982-07-24.
because walkingdoesn'treleaseco2 and driving a car does
because formula reaction in engine
If you are driving the car, then you are officially liable for driving without proof of insurance, but most police will be understanding if you are driving a company car that you didn't know was insured.
You can unintentionally crash your car by driving recklessly. You can intentionally crash your car by driving into large objects.
That depends. They can get arrested if their toddler or young child was driving the car, I suppose.