The Incredible Homes of The Top 10 Richest People Top 10 Secrets Of F1 Car Design You'll Find 5 months ago   12:26

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Silent Cook
I need just 1,000 for Christmas 😀
Mavic Comedy
you didnt took mukesh ambani his house price is 1 billion dollar
dj eikoy
thary are not humans, they are fallen angels that can make everything happen..
Jatin Budhiraja
You didn’t mention Mukesh Ambani’s house in Mumbai.
whenever I watch those type of video I am depressed. I don't want big. I just want to labor free with no worry about financial problem.
Felisha Dupree
Shit id be happy with a mobile home to call mine. Living poor some people know nothing about. Work my ass off just to afford the rent in my hotel room for my kids.
Verne Fits
where the fuck is Elon in this video??
Reid Sheftall
all Democrats...
daniel cano
funny how all the rich people are white , oyeah i forgot they stold everything from the natives
Jessica Miller
It's pronounced Me-DINE-A. Not Me--DINA.
Wait until I get rich and you will talk differently about my flying palace
Aman Sandhu
Where is Mukesh Ambani Antella? The one billion dollar house
Victor Christie
Jeff bezos net worth 160 billion
You mispronounced Medina. The i is pronounce as i, not E. That error fucked up your video.
Samuel Quintanilla
Dam Sumbtiches……… I came here for elon musk....
The forced ads are a pain and not sustainable.
Deplorable D
This makes me sick.
Nancy Cowens
So you never mentioned Jeff Besos actual net worth.
Joshua Grullon
Number 5 was the Vanderbilt family estate in Archer.
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Top 10 Secrets Of F1 Car Design You'll Find The Incredible Homes of The Top 10 Richest People 5 months ago   11:14

There are loads of facts about F1 cars and their amazing performance. But have you ever considered the design secrets for why they look the way they do? Here are some design secrets behind their scary performance, trademark look, and high price tag.
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Be Amazed at these Top 10 F1 Car Design Secrets! Front and side wings - An F1’s aerodynamics is the most important factor that design engineers have to consider. Controlling aerodynamics at Formula One’s intensity is painfully technical, requiring mastery of down-force and drag, and the front wing is the most important element in this. Airbox - Also known as the engineer intake – the airbox sits right above the driver’s head. It’s crucial that air passes through this opening undisturbed at high velocity, so that the F1’s ten cylinders have good quality air to feed on for combustion. Side pod - Travelling at 200mph takes a lot of power and heat – side pod openings direct air currents for internal cooling. Bargeboards - Bargeboards are the F1’s only parts that do not double as structural components. These sculpted bodywork pieces only serve to maximise aerodynamics and to increase cooling, by channelling air towards the side pods.

Underfloor - An F1’s underfloor alone produces around 40% of the total down-force acting on the car, pressing it to the ground. Rear and side wings - F1’s are perhaps most known for their trademark rear wing. While it looks cool, it’s really a devious feature that adds to the underbody’s drag, and balances the car along its full length. Brakes - F1 drivers are worse than your granddad – they break at the last possible moment as a norm. So obviously there is no room for inaccuracy. Steering wheel - Think of this as the most complicated handheld games console you’ve ever seen – controlling things from rear wing flaps, and radio control to talk to engineers, to steering sensitivity – there’s even a yellow button known as the ‘overtake button’ that, like nitro in The Fast and Furious movies, gives the car a boost of power. Wheels - Formula One tire theory is sometimes referred to as the dark arts – the sheer number of variables, including: temperature, pressure, driving style, track conditions and weather, make it hard to be precise. Carbon-fibre frame - Every part of the F1 car’s bodywork you can see, is made from carbon-fibre. Carbon composite reinforcement is also used for the brake discs.