IndyCar races on a wider range of tracks and the cars can change significantly depending on the circuit. F1 is much more standardised race-by-race, but the innovation and development of the cars create more diversity among the teams and, around a typical race track, makes them the fastest racing cars in the world.
How hot is an F1 cockpit?
With the engine right behind and with all the protective layers on you, the overall temperature inside the cockpit of a F-1 car reaches upto 50 degree C. Again combined with the extreme G-forces, human body temperature also increases and in turn causes a driver to lose 4lbs on an average.
Why is F1 not popular in America?
F1 is not popular in the US maybe because: History and Culture – F1 hasn’t really been part of American culture; it’s hard to introduce something “new” to people. No American team, no American driver, nothing that represent US – so basically there’s no one to support and root for.