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5 Minute Guide to Formula E

charging fechnology, Halo. pad track's TV screens, ticket scanners and phone- charging stations. parks on the road surface where Halo wirelessly charges the batteries of the BMW 18. Formula E hope in a few years that cars will be able to wirelessly charge whilst racing. THE CAR BATTERY DENA LILT KCIV AULI CAR Engineered by the sister company of world famous Fl company, Williams' lithium ion battery has 28kW of energy and produces a max of 200kW (270bhp) in qualifying trim and around 150kW(200bhp) in race mode. Cars built by Spark-Renault Racing Technologies – established just for Formula E. They're crash tested to the same high standards of F1. There's 10 teams - 2 drivers, 4 cars - a fotal of 40 cars. That's the same amount of power as 10,000 AA disposable batteries! Battery life is just 25 mins, each driver requires two cars to complete the race with a switch half way. TYRES 1 Michelin developed unique 18-inch treaded tyres – they work in both wet and dry conditions. Drivers only get SPEED TAG HEIER TAG HEUER They can go 0-62mph in 3 seconds, with a max speed of 140mph. one set of fresh tyres per race and tyre changes are only permissible in event of damaged tyre. QUALCOMM SPARK They're recyclable too! RENAULT SOUND Photo Courtesy of FIA Formula E The much quieter 80 decibels allows the race to happen in city streets, as it doesn't disturb the peace as much as F1. FOR MORE INFO, VISIT: А PROJECT BY: EC4U ELECTRICIAN COURSES 4U

5 Minute Guide to Formula E

shared by EC4U on Jul 30
Get clued up on Formula E with this 5 minute guide. Learn all about the cars, the drivers, the teams and the races that are sparking a worldwide debate and rivaling Formula 1 with innovation.


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