Video: The Sounds of Formula 1

By | May 6, 2011

One of the first things that drew me into Formula 1 racing was the amazing sound of the engines screaming at 18000+ rpm.  That sound fills my home during each grand prix weekend, undoubtedly annoying my neighbors. As I was preparing for this weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix, I came across this amazing video of a guitarist who has magically turned his slide guitar into a Formula 1 car:

Back before Formula 1 took the traditionalist approach to racing, there were elaborate engine and traction control systems in play that when “tuned” properly could do more than just perform on the track. Take for instance this classic video of the Renault V10 “singing” God Save the Queen:


If these sound bites aren’t reason enough to become a Formula 1 fan then check out the actual racing and I promise you will not be disappointed!


1 Comment

AJ Wilcox on May 7, 2011 at 3:56 am.

Such cool videos! I want to be an F1 fan now…I think I want to play the guitar first, though, for some reason.

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