what are some"advanced" physics of formula one? I have a 15 minute presentation regarding the physics of formula one race cars. My teacher told me not to include any of the physics we've covered in class(grade 11). stuff we've talked about are velocity, acceleration, newton's law, g force, waves..etc basic stuff. During my research, I've found information on the aerodynamics of the F1 cars, such as downforce and bernoulli's principle. I'm having tough time trying to find "advanced" physics of F1. Could you guys assist me in this and point out some really important physics of f1?