f1 vs bugatti veron

Asked by Sep 27, 2008 at 02:40 PM

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is an f1 car faster than a bugatti veron?

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I believe the top speed of a Veyron is faster, but the Veyron is more or less designed for just that purpose while an F1 is designed to make is around a track faster. Apples and oranges

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An F1 car's 0-60 is around 2.3-2.7 seconds and it's 0-100 is around 2.5-4.0 seconds. They top out at around 220-245 mph and handle unbelievably well at high speeds. I'm sure, the cars could go faster than 220 mph, but I don't think they really need to, and perhaps teams skim a little off the top speed acquire gains in other areas like handling and acceleration. They Veyron has the higher top speed of 253 mph, a 0-60 time of 2.5 seconds, and a 0-100 of 5.5 seconds. A good test to determine overall quickness is the 0-100-0 test where a car starts at rest, accelerates to 100 mph, the decelerates to a stop. An F1 car can do this in around 7 seconds while the Veyron takes 9.9 seconds. Not quite as quick as the fastest F1 cars, but still incredible for a street legal production car.

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