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  • F1 Power Boats

    Inaugurated in 1981 power-boat race is a Grand Prix style event, where groups compete around the globe each time. With 16 motorboats fighting fulltime, a total of 23 motorists and 9 groups joined at least one-race, in the 2013 period. The contests occur along a path of about 350 metres with several turns, over that the boats may achieve 250 kms per-hour (155 miles per hour). Several automobile races are not longer than most power-boat races at about 45 minutes, but nevertheless smaller than the races.

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    Found on tntcustommarine.com


    Tube shell catamarans which are capable of both high velocity and exceptional maneuverability are used by F 1 race. Over all, the boats consider 860 lbs (390 kilogrammes), including 260 lbs (118 kilogrammes) of motor. They're 20-feet (6 yards) long and seven feet (2 yards) wide, maintaining fat reduced through substantial use of carbon fibre and kevlar. The tunnel hull layout produces aerodynamic lift by the terrace created as a result of a "side" and under-surface of the shell. Aerodynamic lift raises and reduces drag, therefore that at rate just several inches of the vessel contact the water, resulting in the high speed potential with one of these hulls.

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    F-1 boats are driven by a Mercury Marine V-6 two throw that burns off 100LL of gas in a speed of 120 liters (32 gallons) per-hour, creating more than 400 hp at 10,500 rpm. This motor can push the boats to 100 km/h (62 mph) in under two seconds and to some maximum rate of more than 250 km/h (155-mph).


    Even though F-1 motorboats haven't changed significantly in appearance since the beginning of the occasion, security and the building continues to be drastically enhanced in the first available- seat boats. Be on the lookout for this year's boat race 2014.

    The very first significant improvement was the tough amalgamated seat ejection seat developed to split from other vessel in an accident. This also inaugurated the training of fixing the motorists with a funnel for their chairs. First created by speed and custom Joe Hodges, this program was discretionary for some time because of the resistance of the motorists but, after a few motorists were preserved by it in important accidents, it was required by the UIM for all motorboats. In the early 1990s F-1 boat builder Dave Burgess released a cover that completely enclosed the seat to shield the motorist in the full power of plain water in a nosedive. In the late 1990s boat builder an air bag located behind the driver that keeps the seat if the vessel turns from fully submerging was launched by DAC.

    These particular modifications safely functions were also with a development of more powerful and lighter composite hulls that additionally lowered the risks of rushing. F 1 drivers today also use a HANS Head and Neck Restraining apparatus much like that used by their Method One car racing alternatives to fight throat and brain injuries.
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