Formula 1 Lap Comparison (Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium)

A lap comparison between Mika Häkkinen in the McLaren-Mercedes in 1998, Mark Webber in the Minardi-Asiatech in 2002, Fernando Alonso in the Mild Seven Renault in 2005 and Mark Webber in the Red Bull-Renault in 2010 on the Belgian track Spa-Francorchamps. Sound comes from the clip top left. I do not own any of these materials. All rights belong to Formula One Management.

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Formula 1 Lap Comparison (Monza, Italy)
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Formula 1 Lap Comparison (Melbourne, Australia) #2
Lap comparison between Michael Schumacher in the Ferrari in 2004, Takuma Sato in the Super Aguri-Honda in 2007, Bruno Senna in the Hispania Racing Team "HRT"-Cosworth in 2010 and Sebastian Vettel in the Red Bull-Renault in 2011 on the Australian track Albert Park in Melbourne Sound comes from clips top left and bottom left.





F1 2013 - R09 - Massive comparison lap Nurburgring onboard
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F1/GP3/ILMC Lap Comparison (Silverstone, Great Britain)
Lap comparison between Jenson Button in the Formula One McLaren-Mercedes MP4-26 in 2011, Alex Brundle in the GP3 in 2012 and Allan McNish in an Audi R18 competing in the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup in 2011 at the British Circuit near Northampton, Silverstone. Before you all send comments about how this is not a fair comparison, or even a comparison on its own, I'd like you to know that this clip shouldn't be taken too heavily, it's just for fun. What I wanted to know, before I made this, was how fast a Le Mans car would be in comparison to a Formula 1 car. When I'd done that, I thought: why stop there?, and I compared to a GP3 car as well. The results are that a F1 car is a lot faster than a Le Mans car and a GP3 is actually almost as quick as the Le Mans car. If it were dry during the ILMC weekend, I think McNish would've beaten Brundle.




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