Cars Why the steering wheel display is dimmed during F1 night races

13:40  27 november  2020
13:40  27 november  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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It's not just the daily routine that is different when Formula 1 is a floodlit race keeps. As Haas driver Romain Grosjean explains, this change must also be taken into account on the technical side, for example with the steering wheel display in the Formula 1 cockpit. This is also the case at the Bahrain Grand Prix this weekend ( follow all Formula 1 races 2020 in the free live ticker! ).

"The most important thing at night races is: We have to reduce the brightness of the steering wheel display. That has priority because otherwise it is very annoying," says Grosjean. After all, as a driver you don't want to be dazzled.

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The modern Formula 1 steering wheel is, therefore, the most amazing ever made. All of these settings can change several times during a race , or even a lap. Adjustments must be made while keeping both hands on the wheel and both eyes on the track, which is why a modern F 1 wheel might

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The lighting from the outside is not a problem, says Grosjean: "The visibility at night is almost better than during the day. In Suzuka, for example, you always look directly at the sun on the Degner curve. At night, however, the lights are like that positioned so that this problem does not occur. "

Because Formula 1 night races are usually held in regions with hot temperatures, there are "no clouds or poor visibility" there, according to Grosjean. The conditions for driving at night are therefore "always pretty good," as he says.

"I therefore use a normal, slightly tinted visor, which I also use when it is sunny or slightly cloudy, as usual."

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