The next time you find yourself staring down the barrel of an F1 car, there’s a good possibility that you’ll be smiling.
If you’re one of those people who can’t stop smiling when you hear someone say the F1 engine, then it’s no surprise that you’re going to be one of the first to be dazzled by the McLaren F1, and you’ll definitely be a fan of the new car.
But what if you’re just looking for the next great thing to look at?
In the case of McLaren F2, that’s the “new” McLaren F3, which is a completely new car that was unveiled today.
It’s actually a bit of a mystery, but McLaren have managed to cram the whole thing into the same amount of space as the F3.
You’ll be able to take a look at it when it goes on sale on June 21st, which means that it’s actually quite quick to get into action, even for someone who has never driven an F2 before.
McLaren’s new F2 looks rather stunning, but what’s the deal with F1?
We decided to get inside the minds of the engineers who built the new McLaren F4 and find out.
What’s the difference between F1 and F2?
The F1 cars are all designed around a flat-six engine, which makes them incredibly powerful.
The F2 engines have been tweaked a bit to get a more aerodynamic shape and more downforce, and they also have some additional cooling under the bonnet.
McLaren also made the engine bigger, which helped make the car a bit lighter.
So what do the engineers have to say about the F2 and F3?
“I would say the biggest difference is the way the F5 engine is designed.
The new engine is also a little bit faster, which we’ve got a lot more grip for, and also means we have more down torque. “
When we do an engine change, it’s a very quick change, which also means it can be done quickly.
So how is the new F1 compared to the F8? “
It also means the car has a little more grip on the track, which helps you have a more stable and comfortable feeling when cornering.”
So how is the new F1 compared to the F8?
McLaren are claiming that the new engine makes the F6 F1 the most powerful F1 currently on the road, but we’d have to think that it is probably a little less powerful than the F7 engine.
The engine uses a direct injection system, which basically means that you can push more of the petrol through the cylinder heads and use that as fuel.
That’s great for a lot of reasons, but for us, it means the fuel injection system is a little slower than on the previous F1.
“We do have the powertrain tuned up for the F10, which uses an electronically controlled exhaust and a turbocharger, so it’s definitely a better engine for our new car.”
What’s that “big” difference?
McLaren have made a big difference to the aerodynamics of the F11, which was one of McLaren’s major design changes for the new model.
The changes made to the car’s aerodynamics have given the F9 an even wider front wing, which they claim helps the car to get more grip.
The car also uses a larger rear wing, and it’s this that makes the car seem even more aerodynamically efficient, which McLaren have also claimed.
Why is the car called the F12?
“It’s an homage to the McLaren Formula One team, which I guess is a real honour,” says McLaren’s Jens Marquardt.
“The team’s history is full of great moments, and to be associated with the name of that is something that is really special.”
McLaren F12 has been revealed in a McLaren press release, and the company says that it’ll have a similar aerodynamic package to the current F11.
It’ll also be available with a carbon fiber diffuser, and McLaren says that the carbon fiber will also improve its handling characteristics.
How much weight will it carry?
The new McLarens F12 is expected to weigh about 1,000kg less than the current McLaren F9, and its overall weight will be slightly lower.
That said, it’ll be more comfortable to drive, so expect that the F13 is going to weigh a little higher.
What do you get for your money?
McLaren says there’s going to have to be some extra costs associated with its F13, so if you’ve been following McLaren’s F1 development, then you might be wondering what you’ll get for the money.
The team says that they’re going with a ‘base’ price of around £140,