F1 - Jeff Gordon Drives WilliamsF1 at Indianapolis
Jeff Gordon and Formula One standout Juan Pablo Montoya swap cars for the
afternoon on June 11 2003 at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
No. 24 Hendrick Chevrolet Monte Carlo
horsepower: 770 HP
@ 9,000 RPM
Engine: Cast iron 5.7L V8
Top speed: 200 mph
Fuel: 110-octane gasoline
Chassis weight: 3,400 lbs. (w/o driver)
HP Williams BMW FW24
(max RPM of 19,000)
Engine: 3L BMW P82 V10 (aluminum block)
Top Speed: 225 mph
Fuel: Unleaded racing gasoline
Chassis weight: 1322.76 lbs. (w/driver)
F1 vs GP2
F1 vs Gp2 at Monaco. Sebastian Vettle in the f1 car. Pastor Maldonado in
the gp2 car.
Red Bull F1 vs V8 Supercar vs SL63 AMG (Melbourne, Australia 2013)
Speed comparison race at the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix 2013.
David Coulthard (F1) vs Casey Stoner (V8) vs Mick Doohan (AMG).
Link to the 2014 race:
*EDIT: For those interested in seeing some behind the scenes footage from a
McLaren F1 car breaking the Bathurst lap record, click here:
For the official video from Vodafone click here:
Williams-BMW F1 vs V8 Supercar vs BMW 318i - F1 Speed Comparison
This was recorded during the 2001 Australian Grand Prix weekend. The 3 cars
are a 2000 model Williams-BMW f1 car (in 2001 livery) driven by Marc Gene,
a Castrol Perkins Commodore V8 Supercar driven by Larry Perkins and a BMW
318i road car driven by Allan Moffat.
The F1 car weighs at minimum 600kg (with driver) and has about 760hp from a
3 litre v10, while the V8 Supercar weighs at minimum 1355kg (without
driver) has about 550-600hp from a 5 litre v8.
F1 V8 vs. F1 V10
Hear the difference in sound, and see the difference of speed in a video
comparison between a Toyota V10 F1 car piloted by Jarno Trulli in 2005, and
a Ferrari V8 F1 car piloted by Michael Schumacher in 2006 around the
Nurburgring Grand Prix Curcuit.