Startdown: Right in the Action

For some reason the GoBro Camera never really caught on with the extreme sports set.

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Tech Showdown

F1 vs. F1

A Formula 1 car is one of the most technologically advanced road-going machines created by man. Capable of speeds of nearly 200 mph, the engines that propel the F1 car bear little resemblance to the engine under the hood of your car.

On the other hand, the Saturn V rockets with their five F1 engines on the first stage propelled man to one of his greatest achievements…walking on the moon. A rocket motor, it is nothing like the engine in your car.

This leads us to the most logical question — how do they compare?

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Formula One: Evolution in Motion

Formula One has hardly changed from its early days.

Whether you’re a fan of Formula One or not, there’s no way around the fact that it is the race series that pushes the boundaries of technological evolution more than any other. It is where virtually every advancement in racing equipment is born, and also where racing excitement goes to die. Yes, in many cases, it has become little more than a very high-speed parade, with no passing and very little drama, but if the racing isn’t all that exciting, the technology certainly is.

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