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:
Formula 1 Engine Sound Comparison: V8 vs. V10 vs. V12
This is a video I made to compare the sounds of three of the best naturally
aspirated F1 engines ever produced; Ferrari 056 2.4 litre V8 equipped on
the F2008, Ferrari 051 3.0 litre V10 equipped on the F2002 and Ferrari 044
3.0 litre V12 equipped on the 412 T2.
These cars were all recorded in the same place so you can perfectly tell
the differences between them.
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Formula 1 comes to America! - Red Bull Racing takes first lap in Texas
Saddle up as the Red Bull Racing team and the F1 showcar gets chased by
cowboys on the ranch and goes off-road onto the under-construction Circuit
of the Americas track.
The F1 Circuit of the Americas takes place in Austin, Texas on November 18,
Hose off and drive over to http://RedBullRacing.com
How fast is a F1 Car
A race between 3 different Mercedes models, where one is the McLaren F1.
The other 2 cars are given 70 sec headstart, and the F1 is gonna try to
come to the finnish line before them.
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tgv speed record at 574.8kmh - 357.16mph
(france 2 coverage-couverture france 2)
The french TGV (train à grande vitesse, High speed train) sets a new
conventional rail record, with a speed of 574.8 kmh. The record was
established on April 3,2007, surpassing the previous record of 1990
(515.3kmh). The train is a special tgv, named "V150" (for 150 met/sec, ca.
540kmh)with a souded-up engine (25,000hp, like two F1 starting grids), and
This is a test run, in order to make the train able to run at a 360+ kph in
Coverage of the final sequence is provided by a plane. The speedmeter show
a speed computed via GPS, explaining the difference (0.1kph) with the
Technology is based on research from all around the world: UK, with the
first railways, Japan, who created the first HSL, Italy who imported it in
Europe. France with the TGV, Germany with the ICE. This train being
actually an "hybrid" of French and German tech. Today China enters the big
game, perfecting tech from Germany. Argentina, Morocco, and Saudi Arabia
are currently planning several high speed line. The US might have a HSL in
the next decade.
And don't forget those machines runs on AC, thanks to the Serbian-American
Nikola Tesla. And finally, thanks to that Sumerian guy who invented the
wheel, thousands of years ago. Keep in mind that we all stand "on the
shoulder of giants". Whatever our nationality is, technology and science is
ultimately shared between us all.
Le TGV atteint la vitesse de 574.8 kmh, établissant un nouveau record du
monde de vitesse sur rail. Le record est établi le 3 avril 2007,
surpassant le précédent record de 1990 (515.3kmh). Le train est un tgv
spécial, avec des moteurs survitaminés (25,000 cv, l'équivalent de deux
grilles de départ de F1), des roues plus larges...
Anchorwomen: Françoise Laborde
Consultant: Clive Lamming
Reporters: Martin Gouesse (onboard), Alban Mikoczy