Post by t3hmightymidg3t on Apr 7, 2013 15:14:38 GMT -5
S...Silverstone International Circuit... home of British motorsport sin the 1950, originally built on a farm the British were looking for somewhere to test there cars they chose a farm in Northamptonshire they asked the farmer to build a racetrack, surprisingly he built it in less than 48 hours and has been the home of British motorsport ever since
Post by t3hmightymidg3t on Apr 8, 2013 10:34:41 GMT -5
T...Tamburello..the famous corner in San Marino,Italy where Aryton Senna was tradically killed after losing 4 litres of blood he was pronounced dead on the way to hospital he was the last person to die on a Formula 1 circuit
Post by Meta Karnax on Apr 13, 2013 15:48:02 GMT -5
U. Undertray Flat or stepped flat surface on the bottom of open wheel and sports prototype racing cars. Theory has varied along with aerodynamic developments and regulations, from the sidepod tunnels of ground effect to the flat undertrays of the 1980s in various attempts to use aerodynamics to suck the cars closer to the bitumen, minimising the air underneath the car that could slow its progress. Today most such categories feature a stepped undertray with sidepods siting higher in the air than the centre of the car, usually mandated by series organisers in an attempt to limit vehicle performance. Also refers to flat surfaces extending behind splitters in sedan and GT based racing cars.