• 20 de Abril, 2022
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Will Formula E Be Faster than F1

Like Formula 1, Formula E is a racing championship with open-cockpit single-seaters, but the cars are fully battery-powered. With a top speed of 225 km/h and a 35% higher power-to-weight ratio than a Tesla Roadster, they are not lazy. But F1 cars are still winning – their 1.6-litre petrol-electric hybrid engine has more than three times the power. “Well, you lose a little bit of power because you can`t brake so late because the car can`t handle more than 500 kW at high speeds,” di Grassi explained. “But I mean, you have to do something new. In fact, it goes in the direction that people like, which increases the braking distance. One way to increase the braking distance is to limit the braking power. If you don`t have mechanical brakes, they all break sooner. In fact, the overtaking maneuvers will be even better in this case. The number of times this has been discussed can`t really be counted. And there is no clear winner. The noise can be significant when you are in a car but on the couch? Real? You`re going to turn down the volume anyway so you don`t annoy someone you live with, so why? Even if I don`t want to say that, Formula 1 will probably go electric by 2030, 2050 peaks, so I think it`s better to get used to it.

The noise generated by Formula E cars is no better. The screams that cars produce will probably give you a headache in a matter of minutes. They also seem very robotic, and it gets boring very quickly. The debate between Formula 1 and Formula E has been raging since the creation of the all-electric series in 2014. Motorsport fans around the world disagree on the best series, but another pressing question is whether Formula E will ever be faster than Formula 1. Yes, Formula 1 cars are faster – although Formula E cars are making great strides thanks to constant technological innovations. A comparison between Formula E and F1 speeds shows that the latest generation of all-electric racers has top speeds of 280 km/h, compared to a top speed of more than 300 km/h for their traditional counterparts. Another way to compare Formula E and F1 cars is their acceleration rate: the former can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds, while the latter can go from 0 to 100 km/h in about 2.6 seconds. One of the main complaints about Formula E was that the cars are not fast enough.

Although this is less of an issue with the Gen2 car now, di Grassi still believes there is room for improvement. “I want Formula E cars to be very impressive in acceleration, which is what electric cars can do. Any electric car that costs $100,000 in two or three years accelerates from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) faster than Formula E because it has all-wheel drive. My vision is that from zero to 200 km/h (125 mph) – Formula E must match Formula 1,” he said. Formula E`s plan for the Gen3 car is more evolutionary than revolutionary. Power increases, with 350 kW (469 hp) in qualifying, compared to 250 kW (335 hp) currently, which will place gears somewhere between Formula 3 and Formula 2. (Power during 45-minute races is limited to 300 kW / 402 hp.) The battery becomes considerably lighter and weighs 397 lbs (180 kg) compared to the current 547 lbs (248 kg), although with a slight reduction in capacity to 51 kWh. With developments in the engines of both divisions, however, we are now trying to raise the question: is Formula E faster than Formula 1? Formula E cars also only run on street circuits. These are usually much shorter than full-fledged race tracks, and therefore cars don`t require large amounts of power, speed or downforce. The idea is to keep the sport simple and running as close as possible. As a result, motorsport is now entering a new decade in which performance and associated speeds will change in both divisions.

But for now, Formula 1 is not contested in terms of electric brotherhood. As technology evolves and cars become faster, the sport will need to be transferred to full circuits at some point in the future. For now, however, they will remain on the street circuits, and the speed and performance of the cars will be kept low until then. “I mean, it could be any race, you come with a different strength,” he continued. “It`s even nice to mix the grid, because maybe one team has a better configuration for the rear axle, the other has a better configuration for all-wheel drive. So you could come up with other rules that won`t put pressure on the organizer, because if you make the standard 350 kW, the cost of building a race track in Paris doubles because you need runoff areas twice as long. You have to rediscover everything to be super flat. You can`t drive in Hong Kong, you can`t drive in Paris with 350 kW. It has to be modular so that we can continue on the tracks we drive on, and on the tracks where we can increase performance, we will increase performance.

Either way, these two racing series are exciting to watch, and the next few years of development will certainly be interesting for fans. In addition, technological advances in both sports will be beneficial for the everyday cars we see on the roads. However, over the next 6 years, the cars were greatly developed and are now much faster. They are also able to complete the entire race distance without a “recharge” pit stop. Formula E will continue to develop its cars with each new season, bringing more exciting races and faster cars with each passing year. At some point, cars could move to longer race tracks. However, street circuits are part of Formula E culture, and they won`t be moving away from it anytime soon. Formula 1 cars are not only much faster than those in Formula E, but also have decades of research and development behind them. The rules limit the level of performance of Formula E cars because they don`t have to travel long distances. Without these rules, there could be a chance that Formula E will be faster than Formula 1.

Formula E will not be faster than Formula 1 for a long time. While both are developing their cars and technologies at incredible rates, Formula 1 simply has more money at its disposal and a larger fan base, and this massive amount of continuous development means it will be faster in the years to come. However, when they reach their top speeds, the Formula E car really starts to lose. Formula 1 cars will be (depending on their setting) maximum at around 210 MPH. However, Formula E cars cannot run above 175 MPH. The way the rules are shaped means teams have to develop their own rear EMUs, but this front generator set is produced by a single supplier. Its plan for battery design is also more relevant to the road than the current Gen3 plan using a skateboard layout with batteries in the bottom of the car between the axles. Formula E`s plan for the Gen3 engine, like the Gen1 and Gen2 cars (as well as the VW ID.R), simply puts a battery in a chassis quite similar to single-seaters powered by internal combustion engines. (This would make the powertrain layout similar to Roborace`s car, which uses a symmetrical layout as described.) The battery can be charged to 600 kW, more than twice as much as even the best electric vehicles sold today. This allows for fast charging during the ride, which adds 4 kWh in 30 seconds. And the cars will be able to regenerate energy under deceleration at the same power level, thanks to a 250 kW generator set on the front axle that works in conjunction with the 350 kW engine generator unit (MGU). However, the front wheels will only regenerate energy – there are no plans to allow cars to provide power to the front wheels, unlike almost all powerful electric road cars sold or under development.

Formula E, on the other hand, has only had 6 years to develop its technology. Since the beginning of the sport, cars have become faster and more efficient. This is just the beginning, as Formula E cars become faster and more efficient over time. Currently, Formula 1 is much faster than Formula E. Rightly so, with more than 70 years of development, Formula 1 cars are a different race than any other car on this planet. When you compare them directly, it`s easy to better understand how different cars are. The future of these two sports is certainly exciting. Both series have massive plans for the future, and it`s fair to say that both will be worth watching for all motorsport fans. Formula 1 cars produce much more downforce than Formula E cars, allowing them to drive in the corner faster. In fact, cornering speeds are the greatest strength of a Formula 1 car, and when you compare it to any other car on a circuit, Formula 1 cars win most of the time in fast corners. If Formula E were ever to be faster than Formula 1, it would have to adjust its rules to give teams more freedom to develop faster cars. Without these limitations, cars could easily become faster.