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Alms=<3 R10 Ftw
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okay this is fun to watch how people are trying to say that a proccessor makes a difference to power used to move the wheels of the F1. This is where i get scientific and my chemistry and physics knowledge kicks in.

An F1 engine uses petrolium as its power source since every gallon of petrolium is the equivalent to 1000 electric car batterys, for example a hybrid car uses the petrolium to recharge the battery. Now a simple AMD or Intel proccessor would not effect the power used to move the wheels. The effiency of the petrolium would be far greater then the wattage the proccessor uses even though petrolium engines have a 10% effientcy whilst a diesel engine has 15% effientcy. The petrolium would recharge the battery of the F1 which would generate the power for the proccessor, the battery in a vehicle is only used to control the electronics such as the radio, lights, odomoeter and etc etc. The petrolium is wats being used to generate the movement in the vehicle thus the effects of a proccessor would be entirly neglagible. Its simple chemistry and physics.

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Awesome. The steering wheel looks like a fixed up gaming steering wheel.
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This is simply not true. A Ferrari is not going to run on the BMW ECU.......they are completely different motors and not to mention are probably controlled in a different manners. I'd like to see some FIA documentation that states this.
I downloaded the rules and regs from the FIA, its states in there, Article 8: Electrical Systems 'the ECU has been manufactued by an FIA designated supplier to a specification determined by the FIA'

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http://argent.fia.com/web/fia-public.nsf/115F0A1E47E0A282C12573FB0042CB0D/$FILE/1-2008%20F1%20TECHNICAL%20REGULATIONS%2022-02-2008.pdf?Openelement

The software behind the ECU also must allow the FIA full access at any time
    
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+rep for the find.
    
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I downloaded the rules and regs from the FIA, its states in there, Article 8: Electrical Systems 'the ECU has been manufactued by an FIA designated supplier to a specification determined by the FIA'

The link:

http://argent.fia.com/web/fia-public.nsf/115F0A1E47E0A282C12573FB0042CB0D//1-2008%20F1%20TECHNICAL%20REGULATIONS%2022-02-2008.pdf?Openelement

The software behind the ECU also must allow the FIA full access at any time
LOL!!! That doesn't mean it's the same ECU. All that means it that is has to meet the FIA specification, much like the engines.
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LOL!!! That doesn't mean it's the same ECU. All that means it that is has to meet the FIA specification, much like the engines.
They're all running mclaren ecus dude.
    
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Amd Ftw
LOL......three years ago.
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Not to mention working in an environment where u sit in front of a fuel tank, u sit next to fuel radidators, in an environment of about 60 degrees, not to mention the electronics giving u heat, theres a battery next to their legs and Having to cope with g-forces. I'd say they get paid very well for how hard they work
not really, although it is entertainment and people get paid fairly well for it but...greenhouse gases etc. that are emit from car racing? and people talk about "global warming"....eh...i can find another more interesting sport where it is human dependent.

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okay this is fun to watch how people are trying to say that a proccessor makes a difference to power used to move the wheels of the F1. This is where i get scientific and my chemistry and physics knowledge kicks in.

An F1 engine uses petrolium as its power source since every gallon of petrolium is the equivalent to 1000 electric car batterys, for example a hybrid car uses the petrolium to recharge the battery. Now a simple AMD or Intel proccessor would not effect the power used to move the wheels. The effiency of the petrolium would be far greater then the wattage the proccessor uses even though petrolium engines have a 10% effientcy whilst a diesel engine has 15% effientcy. The petrolium would recharge the battery of the F1 which would generate the power for the proccessor, the battery in a vehicle is only used to control the electronics such as the radio, lights, odomoeter and etc etc. The petrolium is wats being used to generate the movement in the vehicle thus the effects of a proccessor would be entirly neglagible. Its simple chemistry and physics.

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can u come tutor me then?
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