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.

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