Formula One and WEC aren’t spec series, as different manufacturers make different elements of the cars. … There’s lots to be said about spec series – generally, the racing is much closer than in a manufacturer arms race and as a consequence they can be more fun to watch.

## Are all Formula E cars the same?

Every team in Formula E gets the same car. They don’t look the same, because each team has its own livery and sponsors, but the base machine underneath is the same.

## What is spec in Formula E?

The original battery specifications included a 200 kg (440 lb) cell-weight limit, a 200 kW peak power limit, and a maximum usable energy of 28 kWh. For the 2018–2019 season, the specifications for the battery are a weight of 250 kg (551 pounds) and 54 kWh energy, and peak power goes up to 250 kW.

## Are Formula 1 cars faster than Formula E?

Formula 1 cars are not only much faster than those of Formula E, but they also have decades of research and development behind them. The rules limit the performance levels of Formula E cars due to the fact that they do not need to race on long tracks.

## Is Formula 3 a spec series?

F3 cars. Formula Three cars are monocoque chassis, using slick racing tyres and wings. … Engines in FIA Formula 3 are all 3.4-litre, 6-cylinder naturally aspirated spec engines.

## Do Formula E cars have pit stops?

The race itself is set to 45 minutes plus one lap. During the first four seasons, drivers made one mandatory pit stop to change cars. With the introduction of the Gen2 car, this is no longer necessary, because the battery lasts for the full race.

## Why is Formula E so slow?

Formula E cars have a finite power supply that must be carefully managed to get to the end of the race. If electric cars or battery technology ever gets to the point that the can be quickly recharged or swapped batteries as a pack then the speeds could ride to be the equivalent of Champ Car or maybe F1.

## How fast is a Formula E race car?

The current Gen2 car being raced in Formula E has a top speed of 280km/h, slower than most top-tier single-seater series.

## How long can a Formula E car run?

Now Formula E cars can race for the full 45 minutes, plus one lap, on a single charge, and midrace car swaps are history. So far, Porsche, Nissan, Mahindra, French manufacturer DS Automobiles, and Chinese team 333 Racing are committed to the 2022-23 season and the Gen 3 era.

## Do Formula E cars change tires?

The life of Formula E’s tyres doesn’t end after they’ve left the race track, though, as 100 per cent of them go on to be recycled and are given a second life. “All of our tyres after each event go back to the warehouse and they’re recycled,” adds Mondain.

## Is Nascar faster than F1?

In terms of outright speed, Formula 1 race are faster than NASCARs. Formula 1 cars achieve a 235 mph top speed and sprint from 0 to 62 mph in 2.5 seconds whereas a NASCAR’s top speed has been recorded at 212 mph and accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 3.5 seconds.

## Whats faster F1 or Fe?

Formula 1 vs Formula E

On average, an FE car will top out at a speed of 220 kmh (137 mph) whereas Formula 1 cars can hit speeds of 374 kmh (233 mph). FE cars also have a slower start and cane take upwards of 3 seconds to go from 0 to 99 kmh (0 to 62 mph) compared to the F1’s 1.3 seconds.

## Is Tesla in Formula E?

There is a technical reason that electric car maker Tesla does not currently participate in Formula E which could change in the not-too-distant future, the electric motor racing series’ chief executive Jamie Reigle has said.

## How much HP does a F3 car have?

The F3 2019 is the best compromise between the current GP3 Series and FIA Formula 3 European Championship cars. It features a naturally aspirated 3.4 litre bespoke Mecachrome 6 cylinder engine, which delivers 380 HP at 8000 rpm.

## How old are F4 drivers?

The minimum age for driving the Radical SR1 and Formula 4 is 14 years old, and minimum age for driving the Radical SR3 is 16 years old. All ride along passengers must be at least 12 years old.

## What is the top speed of a Formula 3 car?

Performance

- A top speed of 300 km/h.
- Lateral acceleration up to +/- 2.6 G.
- Maximum braking deceleration -1.9 G.
- Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h: 3.1 seconds.
- Acceleration 0 – 200km/h: 7.8 seconds.