## Are GT cars faster than F1?

F1 and GT racing are incredibly different series. F1 cars are purpose built, open wheel race cars, while GT racing is based on production road cars. Given their superior aerodynamics, more horsepower, and tires with higher grip, F1 is definitely faster than GT racing cars.

**Are stock cars faster than F1?**

it takes an F1 car 2.5 seconds for an F1 car to reach 62mph (100km/h), and they reach speeds of over 200mph in around 9 seconds. Comparatively, the highest speed recorded in NASCAR is 212mph (341.181km/h), and these vehicles take 1 second longer to reach 62 mph than F1 cars do.

**Are Formula E cars slower than F1?**

The newest all-electric Formula E race cars reach maximum speeds of 280km/h, compared to top speeds reaching 397km/h for F1. Comparing their rate of acceleration, Formula E can go from 0-100km/h in 2.8 seconds. F1 just pips them to the post, reaching the same speeds in an impressive 2.6 seconds.

### Are Formula 1 cars faster than supercars?

Nothing can lap faster than an F1 car. Although there are some supercars that are able to hit higher top speeds, lap time is made up in the corners. F1 cars simply produce so much downforce that they can corner at much higher speeds even than other open wheelers like IndyCars.

**Is lmp1 faster than DPi?**

The difference in terms of fastest race lap was just six seconds around the 3.74mile track. The Toyota cost around 500 million Euros in development, while the DPi cars cost around 1 per cent of that. Yet the lap time gap between them at Sebring was only six seconds.

**What is faster Formula 1 or Formula E?**

Are Formula 1 cars faster than Formula E cars? Yes, Formula 1 cars are faster — although thanks to constant technological innovation, Formula E cars are making big strides.

#### Why are Formula E cars not faster?

The main reason why Formula E cars are so slow is the engines. Formula E cars have an artificially placed cap on around 335 horsepower, compared to the 1000 horsepower that an F1 car has. Electric engines are simply not as powerful or efficient as petrol engines, as they are still new and developing.

**Can an F1 car beat a Nascar?**

F1 cars would beat a NASCAR around a superspeedway oval track. The open-wheel, high downforce design of the F1 car would allow it to maintain a fairly constant speed around the oval, while stock cars lose speed on the banks, leading to a faster lap time.