An F1 Car Actually Driven Upside Down

It’s been theorized for years that the aerodynamics and wings of a Formula One race car generate enough downforce that an F1 car could actually be driven upside down, given the proper speed and a track specially built to allow for such a stunt. This weekend that theory was supposedly proven on the Hot Wheels Test Track.  A Formula 1 Racer Actually Driven Upside Down | Torque News. But the reality appears to be that it was drifter Tanner Foust’s 332-foot auto jump that in fact took place, with the upside-down part just a CGI video preview

Tanner Foust Soars 332 Feet to Set Record at Indy 500 | N.Y. Times.


 

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