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PostSubject: F1 and Technology   Mon Nov 24, 2008 5:42 pm

F1 is a very technical series indeed, if not the most technologically-advanced racing formula. It's very difficult for the engineers and mechanics to keep up, never mind us fans!

So, this sticky has been created for those who want to learn more about Formula One's technical-side. Anyone can post a question and anyone can provide an answer. Thus, through a sharing of knowledge, we can all become a little more informed.

Remember though, try not to base your questions and answers on opinion. Science is based on facts and I want this to be true for this thread as well please! So keep it friendly and factual.

F1 fans are amongst the most knowledgable mechanically-speaking and I'm sure we will have enough people here to accumulate a relevant answer to almost every question.

So, ask away!

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