# Will Formula E replace Formula 1 in Future?

Many people
have played racing games in their childhood and at some point, everyone wants
to become a racer as racing games are more considered to be adrenaline fests.
This was just to give you an overview of why racing can be addictive and why Racing
is considered a sport in many countries. Motorsports are widely popular in the
united states, But Americans generally ignore international racing sport like
FORMULA and MotoGP, in the favour of home ground racing series. Formula racing
is considered as an international racing sport. Formula racing is nothing but
an open-wheel and one-seater racing. The most frequently asked question by the
fans of FORMULA racing sport is "

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**Will FORMULA E replace****FORMULA ONE in the future?**". So in this article, I am going to find the answers based on facts and finally crack the answer to this question.
Formula one car is an open-wheel,
open-cockpit, single-seat racer to be utilized in formula one competitions.
it's equipped with two wings plus an engine behind the driving force.

The F1 races are conducted on
specifically built racing tracks called circuits. Sometimes they're conducted
on closed public roads also.

Every F1 car consists of two main
components: the chassis and therefore the engine.

**THE CHASSIS**- Formula one cars lately are made up of carbon fibre and ultra-lightweight components. the load must be not but 702kg or 1548 lbs, including the driving force and tires, but excluding the fuel.

The dimensions of a Formula One car
must be maximum 180 cm (width) *95 cm (height), there's no specified number for
max length, but all cars tend to be of just about an equivalent length.

**THE ENGINE**- consistent with the regulations changes in 2014, all F1 cars must deploy 1.6-litre turbocharged v6 engines.

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**SPEED AND PERFORMANCE**

All F1 cars accelerate from 0 to 100
mph and decelerate back to 0 in under 5 seconds. F1 cars have reached top
speeds of about 300 Kmph or 185 mph on the average.

However, some cars without fully
complying with F1 standards have attained a speed of 400 Kmph or more. These
numbers are mostly an equivalent for all F1 cars but slight variations could
also be their thanks to the gears and aerodynamics configuration.

So so far, I even have mentioned some
technical stuff about the F1 cars, now moving to the purpose "

**why F1 is taken into account to be better than Formula E?".**
Let us compare F1 and Formula E to
support their speed. within the race, a Formula E car would get destroyed by
even a backmarker Formula one car. the reason is straightforward. Formula E
cars aren't designed to be the fastest cars within the world. The cars are
capped at 250 KW which on street circuits is enough. due to this relatively low
max power output, the racing may be a lot closer. The aero bits on Formula E
cars are pretty simple also. Most of the downforce is generated by those
massive rear diffusers, which don't affect the car behind the car the maximum
amount as F1'S huge wings, while the upper portion of the chassis doesn't have
a front or rear wing, those are replaced with small winglets. And as all the
cars have a spec chassis, the most performance difference between cars may be a
squidgy organic bit within the middle.

Most people view all Formula E drivers
to be failed F1 drivers, this is not true for all. Formula E cars are very very
different from Formula one cars. So albeit a driver lacks the skill set needed
for Formula one they could do exceptionally well in Formula E.

There is a reason for this though.
tons of former Formula one drivers are within the sport, and a majority of them
have dropped thanks to poor performances. So yes, in some cases, Formula e
drivers might not be nearly as good as Formula one drivers, but that does not
mean they are not skilled. They were ok to urge to Formula One which is not any
mean feat.

I am genuinely tired of hearing that
the Formula E car is more futuristic than Formula One cars. There is no denying
that electric cars will become the norm in motorsport in the upcoming years,
but as of now, they both are better in their areas. Formula One is constantly
pushing limits of what you can achieve with a small, hybrid engine while
Formula E is showcasing batteries that you could find in your cars in a few
years.

Based on the looks, I find Formula E
car much more amazing than Formula One. This is purely subjective, So I won't
spend too much time on it. Both the series look pretty cool in their way. F1
cars look fast AF, and the current Formula E chassis looks like something you
would find in the Dark knight movie, Yes you got that right I am talking about
the Bat-mobile.

So Basically if you are talking about
which model would be the best for Formula racing, I would suggest that you go
with Formula One as mentioned in the article Formula One is faster than Formula
E with a top speed of about 300 Kmph whereas the top speed of Formula E is
about 174 Kmph. Formula one can go from 0 to 100 Kmph in 2.1 seconds while
Formula E goes in about 3 seconds. According to Williams Formula One team in
2016, Valtteri Bottas hit an incredible speed of 378 Kmph which is about 234.9
mph during the practice on streets of Baku, Azerbaijan Grand Prix. The top
speed and acceleration are inversely proportional to each other, teams make
setup changes to make the best out of Formula one cars for particular race
weekend. The gearing of an F1 car is the most important thing in helping the
teams to achieve higher top speed and vice-versa.

Hence we conclude that Formula E cars
will not replace F1 cars in the future solely depending on the fact that
Formula E cars have much lower top speed compared to F1 cars, which might
become one of the reasons for the teams of losing a race match.

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