What makes a good F1 car?
The transmission of the car (responsiveness, reliability) The chassis aerodynamics (efficient use of engine power, appropriate levels of downforce) The contribution of suspension, mechanical systems and electronics to the overall package. The unique characteristics of each of the F1 tracks.
Which F1 engine is best?
World Championship Grand Prix wins by engine manufacturer
Why is Mercedes F1 so fast?
The reason for Mercedes domination in F1 is because their cars has the best engine-chassis combination right now. They have the most powerful engine which is also the most fuel efficient one, and they packaged it very well into the chassis.
Why do F1 cars break so easily?
Having said that I wouldn’t say they break apart so easily: many parts of F1 cars are indeed fragile, such as some of the aerodynamic addenda, or wheels that get tangled and are more exposed to damage because of the single seater layout. They also usually crash at terrifying velocity not NCAP test speeds.