What is louder Nascar or F1?

Mostly yes, except NASCAR is an extreme due to the number of cars, the size of the engines, and the generally close ranks during the race. Formula and Indy car races don’t sound as loud because the sound frequency distribution is different.

How loud is a NASCAR exhaust?

The noise level at your average NASCAR race hovers at around 100 decibels, which is akin to a three-hour garbage truck parade or 180 minutes of jet flyovers at 1,000 feet. In other words, it’s a loud way to spend an afternoon.

Why is there no V10 in F1?

First of all, FIA, the governing body, decided at one point, that 3.0L V10 engines were too strong and wasteful, so they decided to reduce them to 2.4 V8. Those engines were no joke, even at very start, Cosworth claimed theirs can rev above 20.000 RPM.

Which F1 engine is best?

World Championship Grand Prix wins by engine manufacturer

Rank Engine Wins
1 Ferrari 239
2 Mercedes 205
3 Ford 176
4 Renault 169

Will F1 return to V8?

However, with the talks ongoing for the new regulations starting in 2021, when F1 website asked Haas’ Guenther Steiner as to what a private team would like to equalise the competition, he said: “Formula 1 has to keep its high-tech momentum. We cannot go back to something like a V8. Those times are gone.

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Why are NASCAR engines so loud?

Racing engines typically are not muffled. Muffling decreases the amount of burnt air and fuel that can be passed through an engine. So in each case, the amount of noise corresponds to the amount of air fuel burnt. A 800 hp NASCAR engine operating at 9,000 rpm makes a goodly amount of noise.

What makes a NASCAR engine so powerful?

The answer is actually quite simple: Subject the engine to lots of heat and pressure. … NASCAR engine parts are heavily reinforced to protect against these extreme conditions. In other words, they’re bigger, stronger and thicker than their counterparts would be on a less powerful car.

How loud is 140 decibels?

Comparative Examples of Noise Levels

Noise Source Decibel Level Decibel Effect
Aircraft carrier deck 140
Military jet aircraft take-off from aircraft carrier with afterburner at 50 ft (130 dB). 130
Thunderclap, chain saw. Oxygen torch (121 dB). 120 Painful. 32 times as loud as 70 dB.
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