WATCH: What have F1 cars got in common with human skeletons? Tech Talk explains all


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Ever wondered what F1 cars and human skeletons have in common? Well, you’re in luck, as our latest technical explainer takes things to another level to demonstrate how the fastest racing machines on the planet are made and operated.

F1 TV’s Tech Talk has offered up some fascinating insights in recent times, from studying porpoising to a breakdown of the Coanda effect, and a look at why F1 cars spark to a run through of each and every marshal flag.

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And now, for the latest instalment, F1 technical expert Albert Fabrega joins presenter Rosanna Tennant to investigate some surprising similarities between the human skeleton and the construction of F1 car components.

Hit go in the video player above for the F1/skeleton crossover you never knew you needed...



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