A Deep Dive Into The 2022 Formula 1 Car | F1 TV Tech Talk | 2021 British Grand Prix

Join one of our F1 TV Tech Talk hosts Craig Scarborough as he takes a closer look at the 2022 Formula 1 car that was revealed at Silverstone.

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  • Мария Смирнова
    Мария СмирноваGiorno fa

    deep dive without a word about completely new rear wing

  • Bluecrayon 007
    Bluecrayon 0076 giorni fa

    Is there no DRS??

  • Didkee Chin
    Didkee Chin7 giorni fa

    You call this a deep dive?

  • Golbs
    Golbs8 giorni fa

    would be great if they just had a year without design rules. lets see what engineers and technology can really do with restrictions.

  • Rami D. P
    Rami D. P8 giorni fa

    95% of comments are talking about how shallow this deep dive is 😂.

  • Daniel Graham
    Daniel Graham8 giorni fa

    Anyone know what shirt he's wearing?

  • Matt
    Matt9 giorni fa

    A very shallow hop into the 2022 formula 1 car.

  • Runoratsu
    Runoratsu9 giorni fa

    Must‘ve been pretty close to the coast-that deep dive was actually rather shallow.

  • Lucas deABREU
    Lucas deABREU9 giorni fa

    Nothing new? This was underwhelming

  • blanton69
    blanton699 giorni fa

    Ugh.. that brake duct is going cause problems

  • Dan 7
    Dan 79 giorni fa

    Does diffuser works like a Venturi tube wherein the velocity decreases and the pressure increases as the air leave the car?

  • Aniket K
    Aniket K9 giorni fa

    We recently experienced wheel to wheel racing, that didn’t go well 😂 … so exited for 2022!

  • F1 Frenzy
    F1 Frenzy9 giorni fa

    F1 Cars Can Accelerate From 0 To 100 MPH And Hit Back To Zero Within 4 Seconds!

  • Simeon Chappell
    Simeon Chappell9 giorni fa

    Interesting, but this is not a deep dive

  • Christopher Robin Garrish
    Christopher Robin Garrish9 giorni fa

    SPEC SERIES OF IDENTICAL CHASSIS AND AERO PACKAGES - THEREBY KILLING F1 AS A SPORT

  • jama211
    jama2119 giorni fa

    It's beautiful

  • Bill Weeks
    Bill Weeks9 giorni fa

    It's what I have been saying for years; "Get rid of all the fiddly bits". I felt that all of the little slits, strakes, flicks, etc were too finicky and only worked in direct and unobstructed airflow. Sure you may get great results in a wind tunnel, but you really need a wind tunnel that can change the direction of the flow, add a tail or side wind load, and introduce a body causing turbulence. Far too complicated. I'm not a fan of the wiglets over the front tyres unless they do help to lessen the turbulent air.

  • Akhil S Kumar
    Akhil S Kumar9 giorni fa

    Scarborough🙌🏽

  • ashoutinfront
    ashoutinfront9 giorni fa

    Deep dive? Barely a scratch… 😂

  • Dakkan
    Dakkan9 giorni fa

    So will there be DRS?

  • Be Caffé
    Be Caffé9 giorni fa

    Why keep the reduced floor area? An unstable rear-end is not suited for overtaking.

  • Francesco Marino
    Francesco Marino10 giorni fa

    I have the feeling this is not gonna poduce more overtaking at all and it's gonna be a huge flop

  • Lindsay Evans
    Lindsay Evans10 giorni fa

    "Deep dive", goes for three and a half minutes.

  • Rimantas V
    Rimantas V10 giorni fa

    And DRS? Maybe finally can get rid of that nonsense?

  • szewei1985
    szewei198510 giorni fa

    Haha cool

  • ploba
    ploba10 giorni fa

    Here we have european indycar

  • Shawting_
    Shawting_10 giorni fa

    Most drivers expressed that the front looks very different from there teams interpretation of the new rules, I think the cars will look very different from this model

  • iMe ze
    iMe ze10 giorni fa

    Did this muck up the strenght of the slipstream too?

  • Govind Pilla
    Govind Pilla10 giorni fa

    New car from constructors will look like abominations.

  • Zand Voort
    Zand Voort10 giorni fa

    I very much doubt these changes will make any difference. The current rules with DRS are just fine.

  • Bukhari Jabar Azman
    Bukhari Jabar Azman10 giorni fa

    April’s fools will be much more enjoyable with these Moustache front wings...

  • André Somers
    André Somers10 giorni fa

    A deep dive… of 3 minutes.

  • Raj Dungrani
    Raj Dungrani10 giorni fa

    How will DRS system will be interpreted in 22 car

  • Nishad Pawar
    Nishad Pawar10 giorni fa

    But will there be DRS in 2022 ? That's the main question

  • Walter Cardillo
    Walter Cardillo10 giorni fa

    Great quick review Craig. History shows us that the people who have made all these rule changes over the last 7 years have not got it right. I just hope history dent repeat itself and we get some decent wheel to wheel racing minus the ridiculous penalties. How much testing will be allowed prior to the start of the 2022 season?

  • Alfi Aflahal Muflih
    Alfi Aflahal Muflih10 giorni fa

    let see what's reality bring to us.

  • Bana Z
    Bana Z10 giorni fa

    Head wing sounds like whale 🐋

  • Nidhi Jacob
    Nidhi Jacob10 giorni fa

    Mercedes better build a stronger wing for Lewis for those red bull battles

  • TJ32
    TJ3210 giorni fa

    I was so excited for this video until I saw that it was 3 minutes long 😕

  • dimsoneill
    dimsoneill10 giorni fa

    Will the 2022 car have a compulsory Lewis protector? You know, like a frog in cricket?

  • SVeloB
    SVeloB10 giorni fa

    The question is: will the 2022 cars have sticky uppy bits?

  • Azhar Fikri
    Azhar Fikri10 giorni fa

    However, if we raise the nose, we can have more airflow toward the underfloor section. My question is, is the nose mandatory to be put directly to the front wing without the pylons?

  • Azhar Fikri

    Azhar Fikri

    8 giorni fa

    @Tiago João Silva well, we'll see..

  • Tiago João Silva

    Tiago João Silva

    8 giorni fa

    AFAICT, yes, the flat center section under the nose and between the pylons is associated with the Y250 vortex, which is going to be disappeared with extreme prejudice.

  • Frank
    Frank10 giorni fa

    Can someone please answer my question ❓⁉️ WILL THE NEW CAR HAVE DRS?

  • Washington Ramos
    Washington Ramos10 giorni fa

    - So, what do you think? - Does it come in black?

  • Real Racing
    Real Racing10 giorni fa

    People complaining about 3 min buy subscription on f1 tv Craig deserves it

  • Marty Walker
    Marty Walker10 giorni fa

    3 mins is a deep dive?

  • Jake Tully
    Jake Tully10 giorni fa

    is it april again already?

  • Vinícius de Oliveira
    Vinícius de Oliveira10 giorni fa

    Please... set the language of the video so we can run it with subtitles - it's better to understand it here in Brazil

  • Vahidreza Barati
    Vahidreza Barati10 giorni fa

    Soooo a deep dive showing pictures we can see on Google? That's interesting! Come on F1, you can do better. The actual car is literally there!!! TAKE A CAMERA AND FILM IT!!!

  • blindnore
    blindnore10 giorni fa

    Es bellísimo. JPG

  • Lester Combs
    Lester Combs10 giorni fa

    Love it! Front wing? Meh.

  • Werner Heenop
    Werner Heenop10 giorni fa

    Thanks, great video. Question, will the larger wheel/tyre diameter on the 2022 car not cause more wake? Which contradicts the objectives of the new design.

  • TheFulcrum2000

    TheFulcrum2000

    9 giorni fa

    I think the overall diameter will stay the same, just the rims getting bigger (compensated by the tyre edge being lower).

  • Zombie George
    Zombie George10 giorni fa

    so deep

  • Eugene Elkin
    Eugene Elkin10 giorni fa

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  • dspid2404
    dspid240410 giorni fa

    What I would like to know is what parts of the cars can the teams play with and what can't they play with.

  • Akmal Ibrahim

    Akmal Ibrahim

    10 giorni fa

    And how much they can play with. I wanna see the tolerance limit included design.

  • Nicky Jeanty
    Nicky Jeanty10 giorni fa

    They obviously got some inspiration from Francesco..if you know you know

  • Hussien Alsafi
    Hussien Alsafi10 giorni fa

    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • whiteandnerdytuba
    whiteandnerdytuba10 giorni fa

    There's no deep dive of anything in 3 minutes

  • Ford Rs
    Ford Rs10 giorni fa

    All this is a waste of time if they don’t allow the drivers hard racing, we saw it with Hamilton and max… consequently Hamilton was given a 10 sec penalty on a racing incident!!! Another reason why people turn off to F1!

  • jama211

    jama211

    9 giorni fa

    But.. that's what it's designed for? You're just forcing that incident into a conversation about a new car. Grow up.

  • Sandy Barnes
    Sandy Barnes10 giorni fa

    No mention of the rear wing and how it's designed to throw wind up away from the following car?

  • AdMan

    AdMan

    9 giorni fa

    You have to wait for the 2 minute long "Really Deep Dive" video for that.

  • P C
    P C10 giorni fa

    I have to admit this is one of the smoothest, best translated explainations about the new regulations i've seen so far.

  • Erick Omondi
    Erick Omondi10 giorni fa

    A deep dive into the shallow end,LOL...

  • riperian
    riperian10 giorni fa

    I'm kind of new to this sport, but these seem like significant improvements. Or do they do this kind of upgrade every year and sort of upsell how significant they are?

  • James Fisher
    James Fisher10 giorni fa

    try to eliminate the wheels....

  • Goodmann
    Goodmann10 giorni fa

    Why there is a significant reduction of downforce with new regulations? Is due to the increase of the height of front and rear wings (which reduse the performance improvement due to ground effect)? Or there is a reduction of camber of the wings? Are the vortex generated by the turning vanes playing a role in that reduction of downforce? They should go under the floor and create a bigger negative ( relative to atmospheric value) pressure, but i'm not very sure about that. Tell me what you thing about that

  • Tiago João Silva

    Tiago João Silva

    8 giorni fa

    Cars are becoming too fast. Still, with less downforce and less draggy downforce, they'll go much faster in a straight line.

  • Spoo Ky
    Spoo Ky10 giorni fa

    cars are smaller and narrower I think?

  • Goodmann
    Goodmann10 giorni fa

    Press F for the y-250 vortex

  • Richard Lumley Smith
    Richard Lumley Smith10 giorni fa

    Surely Mercedes initiated all chang to maintain their dominance of Formula one!.

  • Rudus
    Rudus10 giorni fa

    Lewis Hamilton: why overtake when I can send the leading driver to his deathbed? 💀 😈

  • Richard Lumley Smith

    Richard Lumley Smith

    10 giorni fa

    You just do not get it - Hamilton as far as elite are concerned is "Formula one" no other driver matters it is a one man show!. When will Formulaws with one make penalties bite - Hamilton in after race talk with Media had no regrets about putting rival into tyres - could hardly stop smirking. Soon Formula one will cease to attract the celebs. and no one will miss Formula and one - boring manipulated races win by Hamilton for Mercedes!.

  • TheCanadianBubba
    TheCanadianBubba10 giorni fa

    Put stronger bodywork on each end and let the drivers experiment with bump-drafting.

  • Sick Bale
    Sick Bale10 giorni fa

    Scarabruv

  • Dandrama
    Dandrama10 giorni fa

    Formula UK

  • Ingo Cernohorsky
    Ingo Cernohorsky10 giorni fa

    Today's cars are already as long as a Mercedes s class. And this looks even longer.

  • JBP 51

    JBP 51

    10 giorni fa

    They’re shorter

  • Andrew
    Andrew10 giorni fa

    3 minute deep dive?

  • Russian-bot 01101010
    Russian-bot 0110101010 giorni fa

    i like the big strong front, should be easier to push your rivals off the track

  • JBP 51

    JBP 51

    10 giorni fa

    Lewis gonna love it

  • Nebuchadnezzar
    Nebuchadnezzar10 giorni fa

    Deep dive: 3 mins

  • 149-AR
    149-AR10 giorni fa

    F1 2022 car? okay cool, now deep dive into rules and make racing more fair!

  • Splendid Truth
    Splendid Truth10 giorni fa

    do you think it would be better for motorsport if in the 80s, wings were banned instead of ground effect?

  • Bas Berger
    Bas Berger10 giorni fa

    Let's start with the best new feature: The heaviest F1 car ever.

  • elfwald
    elfwald10 giorni fa

    Let's face it. It looks hideous. I'm very, very concerned.

  • Joe Shelton
    Joe Shelton10 giorni fa

    I'm looking forward to seeing that new F1 car on the circuit next year. That's gonna be awesome.

  • Marino
    Marino10 giorni fa

    Too prescriptive, too heavy, one step closer to becoming a spec series.

  • Tim
    Tim10 giorni fa

    Why is the front wing different than the live preview we saw at silverstone

  • Maurice Rose
    Maurice Rose10 giorni fa

    ...like NASCAR...how are they in a group...?

  • Enilsa Inácio Pereira Lopes
    Enilsa Inácio Pereira Lopes10 giorni fa

    Can't wait for This honestly this makes me very happy I have no words to do as it makes me happy

  • Enilsa Inácio Pereira Lopes

    Enilsa Inácio Pereira Lopes

    10 giorni fa

    @R.G. Amsterdam maybe

  • R.G. Amsterdam

    R.G. Amsterdam

    10 giorni fa

    I think we are gonna be disappointed

  • WaterRatje
    WaterRatje10 giorni fa

    Ahh, yes, this is the correct video for a "techtalk" video

  • Flip
    Flip10 giorni fa

    why the front wing bends up in the sides where they connect in the side

  • s ss
    s ss10 giorni fa

    "Designed for better overtaking", he said, of a car that's still one full meter too long.

  • BattleBooms
    BattleBooms10 giorni fa

    I would watch it on F1 TV - IF GERMANY HAD ACCESS TO IT!

  • Fritz Wuelfing
    Fritz Wuelfing10 giorni fa

    "Deep Dive" - video is 3 minutes long that's a rather shallow dive.

  • Vishnu Viswam
    Vishnu Viswam10 giorni fa

    It seems like, even the slightest damage to the new car floor can potentially be the end of race.

  • cinegraphics

    cinegraphics

    9 giorni fa

    Exactly my thoughts. Front wing that can be replaced is higher, but the floor, which can't be easily replaced, is almost touching the asphalt.

  • Drkacsabaszk
    Drkacsabaszk10 giorni fa

    But can you take out your rival more esier with this one or not?

  • MeltingRubberZ28
    MeltingRubberZ2810 giorni fa

    F1 Rules that need to change: 1. Repairing your car under red flag to a greater extent than you could do under a normal caution flag should be banned 2. If a driver causes a collision with a driver of another team, the costs of repairing that car need to either be outside the budget cap, or the team that caused the crash should fit the bill 3. Un-lapping yourself after a red flag needs to be removed 4. A grid penalty for replacing components on your car due to a crash deemed not your fault needs to either be alleviated in that scenario, or the penalty applied to the driver who caused the crash

  • MeltingRubberZ28

    MeltingRubberZ28

    10 giorni fa

    @PerplexedPhoton how do insurance companies do it now? Whatever fault percentage you have is directly proportional to your amount of the bill you cover. Predominantly is probably in the 65-90% fault range....I would think it would be simple enough for the FIA to assign a percentage, and the penalties/costs incurred are simple math.

  • PerplexedPhoton

    PerplexedPhoton

    10 giorni fa

    @MeltingRubberZ28 I think it's too complicated of a rule to enforce fairly. Let's just take the Hamilton Verstappen accident we just had a Silverstone. The Stewards deemed Hamilton predominantly at fault for the collision, fair enough. But that doesn't mean Verstappen couldn't have done anything to avoid the collision either. In this instance do you think Verstappen shouldn't occur any engine or gearbox penalties in the future due to the crash, or that Mercedes should foot the bill?

  • MeltingRubberZ28

    MeltingRubberZ28

    10 giorni fa

    @PerplexedPhoton would you not agree that rules that penalize you for things out of your control need to be modified?

  • PerplexedPhoton

    PerplexedPhoton

    10 giorni fa

    Totally not biased rules aimed squarely at one driver this year for things out of his control. What about not being able to repair damage to your car sustained on the formation lap before the race?

  • Wynn
    Wynn10 giorni fa

    "Deep dive" yeah sure. F1 official channel is losing so much credibility with these presenters. It's the same as the presenters assessing lap 1 incident and offering their biased journalism opinion. It's a shame that people could go to another channel like Driver61 and get so much more in depth analysis and a fair take on non-biased propaganda.

  • Richard Lumley Smith

    Richard Lumley Smith

    10 giorni fa

    Remember commentators on Formula one are failed drivers only too happy to promote official line given by Formula one - must not upset Mercedes!.

  • ThunderTiger0801
    ThunderTiger080110 giorni fa

    bring back the blown diffuser please and thank you :D So many innovations could be unbanned with the cost cap now

  • JAIMZ X
    JAIMZ X10 giorni fa

    New car is a waste of time because closer racing for 2022 = more penalties

  • Davidelule
    Davidelule10 giorni fa

    Bro where is Marcelo

  • bala krishna
    bala krishna10 giorni fa

    There isn't much depth in this model I guess. The video length itself confirms that

  • KungUn
    KungUn10 giorni fa

    Where the is the analysis for Max crash. You always make a video for those incidents

  • Coulda Beena Contenda
    Coulda Beena Contenda10 giorni fa

    When reality doesn’t match the modelling, someone gonna get fired.

  • cinegraphics

    cinegraphics

    9 giorni fa

    Reality gets fired...

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