🔥The engines of the V10 era of Formula 1 were incredibly powerful and impressive, even by today's standards.
💪Power, not torque, is the determining factor for speed. The Ferrari F1 engine, despite having lower torque than the Porsche GT3 RS engine, outperformed it due to its higher power output per liter.
⚙️The short stroke of the Ferrari F1 engine allows for higher revs, while the design and materials of each part ensure performance and prevent failures.
🏁Today's Formula 1 engines are optimized for around 10,500 RPM, showcasing the importance of RPM-specific optimization.
✅Compliance with strict rules and optimizations in Formula 1 engines ensures relevance to modern road car technology.