Formula 1 Racing Event Goes Green

by on Mar.06, 2012, under Formula1, Green Cars

If you have already heard of the name Gordon Murray then you must have distinguished him immediately if you are a fan of Formula One. Yes, Murray is included as one of the most popular icons in the racing events held by Formula One. 

In fact, Murray is a five-time champion in Formula 1 racing events. But his legacy of being a five-time champion has not stopped him from liking Formula 1 Racing events. In fact, he has now managed to become another interesting icon in the field of designing cars.

His career has been shifted today as a designer and creator of green cars. As a matter of fact, Murray has been able to highlight T27 model after he has successfully designed his very first t25 model.

Murray has also turned out to be the official head designer of McLaren’s Formula 1 who also created the T25, which has achieved close to 100 mpg on a rally, which was called as Brighton to London.

On the lighter side, the T27 model now comes with an all-new electric motor feature. This car seems to be very exciting and interesting because it is a car that’s totally green in its own right. 

Next year, Formula 1 will never be the same again as it is expected to go all green. This concept is based on the agreement of the stakeholders to make use of the brand new types of engines for the Formula 1 Grand Prix, which is set next year.

In account to these amazing concepts, the Formula 1 racing event is going to be officially transformed into an eco-friendly and next generation race cars of the future.

The Green advocacy for the grand prix is believed to be based on the different trends of the cars on the road in terms of fuel efficiency. This is to make Formula 1 green car racing event as a recognizable event in the world of car racing.

In account to this, this will also augment the supply and demands of these specific types of engines in the years to come. This is especially true for the coming generations in the future.

As of the present days, Formula 1 race cars make use of 2.4 liters V8 and this is going to become a great history in the field of Formula in the near future. With the Green cars expected to hit the Formula tracks, you will see them in 1.6 liters along with 4 cylinders and recovery systems.


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