5 Tricks F1 Drivers Use To Go FASTER


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    What Techniques do F1 drivers use to go so fast? How can they be so quick whilst also being consistant? In this video a Pro-Driver and Coach breaks it down!
    It may look pretty tranquil most of the time onboard an F1 car, but there’s actually a lot of technique going on. I’m Scott Mansell and I’ve been lucky enough to drive over 25 F1 cars and in today’s three-minute techniques, I’m examining 5 things F1 drivers do to be faster on track.
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    Trail braking is the gradual release of brake pressure as you enter a corner. It means the driver can control the balance of grip, between the front and rear on corner entry. The goal is to use 100% of all four tyres grip, all the way into a corner.
    Two, turning away from fast corners before they turn in. Sounds strange, but drivers will often turn slightly away from a corner before they turn in, so they can load up the relatively soft walled tyre smoothly.
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    00:00 3-Minute Technique - Episode 1
    00:16 One -Trail Braking
    00:54 Two - Turning Away From Fast Corners
    01:10 Three - Changing Brake Bias
    01:57 Four - Vision
    02:21 Five - Using a Time Delta

    Pubblicato il 2 mesi fa


    1. Maiden

      Fact : 100% of the comment section is never going to be an f1 driver.

    2. Rodrigo Mendes

      Trail braking is really hard to master...

    3. Nico De Luca

      appreciate the work, tho i feel like someone who's really interested in motorsport already knows these

    4. Pedro Lotti

      1:31 Fittipaldi!!!

    5. Alex Mackenzie

      where is the videos of u driving f1 cars?

    6. Timsu On High Toes

      In some qualifying session in 2020, I have seen williams doing the exact thing in the thumbnail....

    7. Ibrahim Abas

      i love that f1 angle where i am looking at how they look (the drivers) you dont see it often

    8. Amritha Biju

      6 - If you drive like Hamilton then say your tires are gone/dead 7 - If you drive like Russell say "*NO POWER*" Thank me later

    9. Jwow

      Awesome videos! and thanks for continously pumping out great content recently! 👌 there is no other channel that covers different motorsports history, technology, and driver techniques as well as this

    10. Bob Thompson

      I do all of these things while driving around the city. Lmao. Even time delta when going to and from places iv been to many times before.

    11. JakobusVdL

      You highlight the importance of trail braking, but I think there are a bunch of factors that make it incredibly difficult to do that effectively in an F1 car. The aero load and balance on the car change as it slows and changes direction, the tyre load and grip changes as the wheels patter over bumps and in response to suspension reaction. Add to that the fact the braking periods are normally very short, the drivers are being pushed and pulled by high g forces, and the tyres are wearing lap by lap. The ability of the drivers to process all of that, and have the finesse to lap consistently close to the limits of the cars performance, and even race each other, is mind boggling. Can you give us a video on just how high the mental capacities of the top drivers are, where the limits of this might be? And maybe some of the signs of capabilities of the great F1 drivers, compared to the merely excellent drivers who get to F1.

    12. Drino Zhao

      The guarded store exemplarily notice because part unknowingly hop unlike a fuzzy battle. tidy, bumpy dashboard

    13. Bleach 101

      How Quickly does Modern F1 Cars Shift Gears

    14. Soren Ingram

      The amount of setting changes these Drivers have to do corner to corner is Horrific..

    15. ELECTRON

      What F1 drivers do to be faster: 5 stuff What F1 players do to be faster: Mode 3 Overtake Mode

    16. John Hatchell

      I wonder why no teams have ever used midgets as drivers they would have a huge advantage with weighing 50 pounds less on average and with them being so short they could make the cockpit much smaller for aerodynamics like the do in horse racing . Just wondering

    17. krvnjrcbs

      6) drivers often will not have the drink Kimi, I repeat, will not have the drink.

    18. BLAD

      2021 BOYS LETS GOOO

    19. Santi A

      the delta time caught me by surprise. I thought those were only in videogames

    20. Alex Flex

      I like your video s

    21. Janis

      I thought the delta display was just something from the f1 games haha

    22. Mole Marden

      I watch f1 since 1975 when it was drives sill not tec .I went to British go every year when drive go’s around corner turning nobs on the wheel it the car not driver

    23. ventisette.

      6. Activate the LECLERC-O-BEAT

    24. First Lap Nutcase

      Trick 2 was a new bit of knowledge for me. Who woulda thought F1 drivers did Scandinavian flicks!?

    25. Tom Nixon

      Why don’t F1 drivers ever lock up the rear tyres?

    26. 윤성민

      6. Lower your head into more aerodynamic position


      i release my brakes slowly then accelerate slowly in gran turismo 1 which makes me 10 x more op than the AI

    28. Johan Khadka

      are you related to nigel mansell?

    29. Guilherme Ribeiro

      Does de number 2 work with sim racing?

    30. Jan Bruggeman

      Can someone explain DRS please? I get the concept, you have to be within 1 second of the car in front etc. But in the F1 game if you are not within 1 second you just can't use DRS, but I guess in real life drivers would still be able to push the button to use DRS even if they are not within one second of the car ahead. Or is there a mechanism in the car that can measure if you are within one second so you can use DRS?

    31. kickinbackinOC

      Great stuff!

    32. Duje Romić

      to all the people that say "I could drive f1 no problem"

    33. Karl S.

      Point No.2 Turning away from the Corner before entering, you can see perfect in Hockenheim Turn 1. DTM Cars for example make this Move very huge, and i think F1 Cars do this also in that one Corner. This is a Move who is standard in Go Cart driving. In German this Move is called "Anstellen".

    34. Aleksander Kysiak

      Hey, you putting advertisements now? Just saw one. And skipped it.

    35. SpinningSidekick

      "Steering wheel" Ok. You mean, that laptop/tablet that they turn left and right?

      1. cab


    36. Nihal Mishra

      Really enjoy your videos, Scott! Could you do one on how F1 drivers or just race car drivers in-general drive differently to manage tyres in the race? For ex. Perez, Hamilton, Kobayashi, Button are known to be great at tyre management. How do they do it from a driving style perspective and/or car setup? Thanks.

    37. wikudo

      83 people have no idea about this and I'm in it

    38. Marcos Rogério Alves de Souza

      Fogot the most important: Turn off the AC

    39. freedumb labowski

      The graphics this year HAVEN'T been lying to us though have they, they show moderate throttle and brake application....🤷‍♂️ you even showed it!! 🤦‍♂️

    40. Pradd zZZ

      Loved this one. Quick points.

    41. MakeSh00t

      F1 game is stil unrelistic NFS SHIFT 2 your screen is shaking when you drive ... here in f1 not.. I hope 1 day will be game realistic..

    42. Jedediah Popp

      Scott, I love your videos! Many of the questions I have come up during an F1 race, I've found the answers to in your videos. Keep up the good work Scott and happy holidays everybody!

    43. sam walbank

      Quite funny when he got to the bit about looking ahead.. i wasn’t watching the car. I was already looking further ahead at next corner 😂 that trance state senna used to talk about..i think subconsciously driving current corner . While next corner in the conscious state..😀

    44. Ramis K

      the fact that this video is so straight forward really deserves a like and sub 🙌

    45. Guz2x

      how can i find those POV videos?

    46. Alexis Santos

      Geaaaat information, continue the good work

    47. Moe A

      Oh damn.. i actually didnt know that they actively change break bias as the lap progresses. I barely memories the corner numbers to begin with 😂😂😂

    48. TenorCantusFirmus

      6.: Drive for Mercedes or Red Bull.

    49. Parth Singh

      Are you related to Nigel mansell?

    50. PJ Sinohin

      6. Be Lewis

    51. Mohammed Eyad Mohammed

      Albon watching this guys videos like 👁👄👁

    52. Klucha

      I wish F1 game qill be more realistic with driving model then turning before the corner will be much more powerfull than it is now

    53. Ralonso

      Nice, but I think, I knew this already.😉

    54. Youtube YouTube

      you forgot taking the badge off and putting a spoiler on the trunk

    55. abver09

      Time to use those tactics in F1 2020.

    56. Kamarl pringle

      FOM cannot show the amount of braking anymore since the introduction of brake by wire (BBW) in 2014 . You used to be able to see this in 2010 LG HUD

    57. Adam Khan

      Great video Scott.

    58. Marlene Binder

      this is my favorite video so far

    59. powdergangster83

      Thanks, such a compact and fully informative video. This is very insightful and definitely covered topics I've always wondered about but never knew the real answer. Cheers!

    60. Anish Kumar

      6. Just drive fucking fast-- jehan daruvala's engineer.

    61. Baller

      6: have no poop in butt

    62. 2learneasy

      I believe #2 is called a Scandinavian flick

    63. James S

      6: mash the gas and stand on it

    64. Mike Swannick

      I foolishly assumed that the onboard graphics were an accurate representation of the braking style. I can assure you that trying to emulate it just left me frustrated from F1 2015 to F1 2018 until I found IThomes driving guides. Embarrassing really.

    65. JiLoa13

      How the rest of us go faster in our daily rides is to move back and forth in the seat, urging the car forwards. I'm sure it works, it helps me at least.

    66. Aziz Hussein Z

      Need video about George Russel

    67. Spencer Hazard

      I just subscribed i never knew they had that much to the cars

    68. Cryptic Mystic

      nice video!

    69. V

      Merc: 1) Wake up 2) Eat breakies 3) Sip a cuppa 4) Arrive at track 5) Fastest lap

    70. Brock

      2:49 I'm only aware of time delta during yellow flags. Even if the car in front is miles away from me, the game still says "Keep a negative delta, or you'll be penalised".

      1. MMedic

        The safety car or VSC time delta is different than your own, regular time delta. When you're racing normally, the "time delta" is your current lap time, compared to your best. When there's a safety car out, the time delta shown in most games is the time delta compared to that of the safety car.

    71. ExSapper Madman

      1. Mash the loud pedal..... 2. Turn harder... 3. Work out where the other guy is slower... 4. Pick the right team.... 5. Be named Lewis Hamilton!......

    72. Manufacturing Consumers

      I have been an F1 fan since 1995 ... Lets face it... 10 years ago,, the drivers were completely sweaty and exhausted after a race .. I mean ,, Kubica had not been able to drive a car from 2010 today .. But today they can drive the cars with their little finger ffs.. Also,, the fokking engine noise is gone! The fun became political and is forever lost. F1 became lame.

    73. Johannes Kobbe

      More british accent isnt possible

    74. Carlitox b

      Some people think Lewis’ car use autonomous driving technology, seriously saying somebody is the champion just because the car is fast is disrespecting all the hard work drivers have to put on in order to take these monster machines to their limit

    75. mondodimotori

      I cannot understand why the graphic shows the correct progression for throttle, but doens't do the same things for braking.

    76. Terrainaheadpullup

      6: Stay off the kerbs that's both cars

      1. Vedant Awasthi

        @Scenario 7 error 404: logic not found

      2. Scenario 7

        @Vedant Awasthi r/wooosh

      3. Vedant Awasthi

        @tcdrifter GR shaddup

      4. tcdrifter GR

        @PJ Sinohin Because you are braking the car Samir.. I mean Lewis.. Listen to me.. You are not listening...!

      5. PJ Sinohin

        Lewis: Why?

    77. Frands Kristiansen

      Now you tell us? lol

    78. Mole Marden

      Boring F1

      1. Qaiser The Cuber

        F1 is not boring

    79. Nagy Andras

      things they do ? radio team mates to pull over from first place. and driving over yer own pit crew. avoiding overtakes, prefer to be faster only in the pitstop ;)

    80. Felix Nurscher

      bro theyre doing a mini scandinavian flick lmao

      1. Rondo2ooo

        My thoughts !

    81. Zac Mich

      I have noticed that car shows absolutely never show exiting the turn from inside the car. Never. They show entering the curve, and as soon the car approaches the apex, change the camera to the outside. I wonder, if you enter a sharp turn fast enough to cause a softer suspended car to jerk, would straightening the steering wheel at the apex for a split of a second, before turning it again to complete the turning, improve the car's behavior?

    82. Daniel Bontorin

      Nice video, but i think it would be better if you made it longer and explained a bit more slowly. Got to admit I went back a few times to hear again the information you were delivering.

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    84. Ice Angel

      Solid info ,but as for vision the dot is wrong drivers look way further,for example drivers at this level when they trailbrake they dont look the apex they look already at the exit! Some they dont even watch the apex when they turn at all , your brain and side vision does the job at this level. No disrespect driver 61 but if you check the dots you will understand my point. Your videos are very good

      1. Ice Angel

        @Driver61 ok i see, but still i know that what im saying is even faster, for those of course who can develop the technique of looking ahead to another level. It really needs trust to your brain and side vision and a lot of commitment and training. Maybe i cant find the best way to explain it in a such a short message ,but i know that you can understand me and i still disagree with racing points video. I would like to explain more if you want , i can give you my e mail address. Thanks again for your videos they are very enlightening

      2. Driver61

        This was from a tracking test done by Racing Point with Nico Hulkenburg, check it out - it's a really interesting video!

    85. Coochie Man

      lol I searched this randomly and am early as hell

    86. Gian Miguel LABOR Obierna

      You know on the track where the drivers have to reconfigure the cars break balance, engine modes etc, during each lap? Why can't we just make those settings sequential? Can we not make a presettable configuration on each turn so the driver would just hit the "next" button then new car settings would be applied on each turn. Then he keeps hitting the next button on each turn, instead of dialling switches and knobs repeatedly it can just be presetted.

    87. eayzgaj

      Why did he call himself Scott Mantle?

    88. Nailed it.

      6: driver swap tun 4,driver swap

    89. Angry Gamer27

      Thanks for putting mainly Hamilton on board. Since not everyone think he's not a great driver

    90. Jon Litch

      Is cheat no.1? Oh no that went to the cheatmacher!! Now it's just the bosses with that title!

    91. labhusky3

      I remember learning about tire loading years ago but completely forgot it until this video. I like this 3 minute tip format!

    92. Gustavo Perez

      In depth version of this video plz ?

      1. Gustavo Perez

        @Qaiser The Cuber I have seen them. I was more so thinking along the lines of discussing advanced techniques rather than the basics lol. Or simply a version of this video that goes in a bit more on the technique

      2. Qaiser The Cuber

        He made alot of indenth tutorial in his older video

    93. Kunal Patil

      The steering wheel of a car is also very complicated there r so a many settings one can Use

    94. 016ekaterina

      Fabulous content as always, Scott. Though I prefer the longer, detailed videos like your old coaching w/ whiteboard videos, this is also a nice clip. A suggestion: the differing driving style required in various iconic cars. It'll be interesting for you to analyze the difference between Clark, Lauda, Stewart, Senna, etc. whem taking into account the eras.

    95. G R

      Great video ! Short and to the point

    96. khjfreddy

      How does the delta system update so frequently? I know that the mini sectors are not so close to update it quickly enough. Then we have the speed telemetry but you could be carrying more speed but go wide resulting in overall time loss... this could be another video idea!

    97. opmike343

      Well, the brake graphic showing either ON or OFF actually solves a big question I've always had with this graphics. What exactly is 100% brake pressure as it pertains to a car's braking system? Throttle positing is pretty straight forward. But what's the "upper" limit on a brake master cylinder and how close are drivers coming to hitting it with their leg?

    98. Sindhu Sojan

      6: eat porridge

    99. Bellof 956

      as always... AMAZING

    100. MOIST kitty

      next video 5 things williams do make there f1 cars the slowest