4 Times Formula 1 Technology Ended up in a Highway Car

Formula 1 season is here, and there are few things more exciting than watching these high-tech machines push the boundaries of physics and technology. Over the years, F1 has been responsible for several vehicle innovations. In fact, several pieces of Formula 1 technology have become the street cars you can drive today.

Active aerodynamics

On current Formula 1 cars, the rear wing has a driver-adjustable flap to reduce aerodynamic drag. Known as DRS or drag-reduction systems, the concept of active aerodynamics is now found in a number of road cars, from the mediocre to the monstrous.