The minimum weight allowed by the rules is 600kg including driver. So at the end of a race when the fuel is low, the tyres are worn, the brake pads and discs have worn down and the driver has lost weight through loss of fluids, the overall package must still weigh at least 600kgs. The teams work out their weights to such a fine degree that once a race is over the drivers deliberately drive off the racing line to to pick up bits of tyre rubber called marbles that have worn off their tyres during the race. The marbles stick to their hot tyres thereby making them heavier because every little bit of weight counts.
The F1 cars is made up from composites of carbon fibre and similar ultra-lightweight materials. The minimum weight permissible is 620 kg (1,367 lb) including the driver, fluids and on-board cameras.
Minimum weight is 1,415lbs.
A formula 1 car has to weight a minimum of 600kg including the driver.
Minimum - 1320 lbs
33.8 pounds rear
When a certain car met a certain criteria with weight and added things on the car it was classed as "1" and Formula is supposed to mean the best of a car, such as Formula Renault and such strongest of the cars go there so it was called Formula and classed 1.
It's a complex formula - taking into consideration the weight of the empty car, the weight of the cable connecting the car to the weight and the weight of a 'full' car.
A small answer to an overwhelmingly huge question. Formula 1 traditionally (since 1946) is a specification of engine displacement, weight, and vehicle size. From 1901 until WW2 the roots of Formula 1 were laid By "Grand Prix" racing. Why it is called that is complicated. The first car did not "Develop" into a Formula 1 car.
There is 2.4-litre in a formula 1 car from the start.
The formula 1 car to be supplied by Ford was at the 1963 USA .
there is no maximum they can weigh whatever they like, but in total the car and driver at the end have to weight a minimum of 600kg.
The formula 1 car to be supplied by Renault was at the 1977 British GP
The formula 1 car to be supplied by Honda was at the 1964 German GP.
On the nose of the car.
The minimum weight requirements for the car include the weight of the driver and his helmet.
While they both make approximately the same power, due to the lighter weight, and aerodynamic advantages, the formula one car is faster.
special engines, light weight carbon fibre body work and aerodynamics
It depends on the car, because different manufacturers will build different cars and use different designs. A car has to weigh at least 605kg to enter a race, including the driver, fluids and on-board cameras. The overall weight will be determined by the starting weight, fuel and the drivers weight.
The formula 1 car to be supplied by Peugeot was at the 1994 Brazilian GP with McLaren.
Race car is a palindrome for a formula 1 transport
The formula 1 car to be supplied by Mercedes-Benz was at the 1954 Argentine GP.
around 350km/hr...that fast a formula one car can go
From a complete standstill, a person can outrun a Formula 1 car for about 30 metres.
147dB Based on Formula 1 race car full throttle drive bye
The same as in any car.