Fastest F1 Cars Of All Time.

F1 involves different teams and engineers who spend a lot of resources and time to develop the best vehicles and be ahead of their competitors.

Highlighted below are statistics and an overview of high-speed cars and drivers relative to time and F1 tracks worldwide.


F1 Cars


Racing Division

Top Speed


Ferrari SF70H

Ferrari 062

Scuderia Ferrari

211 km/h


Red Bull RB13

Renault R.E.17

Red Bull Racing

212 km/h


Mercedes AMG WO8 EQ Power+

Mercedes-AMG F1 M08

Mercedes AMG Petronas

200 km/h


Manor MRT05

Mercedes PU106C

Manor Racing

205 km/h


Lotus E23

Mercedes PU106B Hybrid Turbo

Lotus F1 Team



Lotus E23

The Ferrari SF70H has a power range of 950-1000 h

Its distinctive shape, with wide tires, rear wings, and a wide front, distinguishes it from other 

Ferrari SF70H

F1 cars

The Red Bull RB13’s outstanding features include its powerful 6-cylinder engine with 900 bhp. It is also one of the most popular American sports cars of all time, thanks to its massive power.

Mercedes-Benz W08 EQ Power+ - Mercedes-Benz Petronas

This vehicle has a number of exceptional features that set it apart from the competition, including its V6 turbocharged engine, which is a powerful engine with 15,000 RPM, which increases the car’s speed.

Manor MRT05

Manor MRT05 incorporated the Mercedes power unit switching from the Ferrari power. Besides, this car has a cooling system containing Aluminum oil and a gearbox which prevents the engine from overheating. It also has unique features such as the rear suspension, wheel changes, and brakes.

Manor MRT05​

 A powerful engine that is Mercedes PU106C V6 Turbo contributes to its brilliant functioning.

v  Lotus E23 has carbon fibre plate clutches, a semi-automatic transmission, and forward and reverse gears. This car has a weight of 702 kg and a power output of 930 hp. Furthermore, the Mercedes PU106B Hybrid Turbo quality engine with 15,000 RMP improved its performance.

Five Best F1 Drivers In The World

Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton

First race

2007 Australian Grand Prix

Championships Won

7 (2008, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)

Number of wins


Number of pole positions


Michael Schumacher

Michael Schumacher​

First race 1991

Belgian Grand Prix


7 (1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004)

Number of wins


Number of pole positions


Sebastian Vettel

Sebastian Vettel

First race

2007 United States Grand Prix


4 (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)

Number of wins


Number of pole positions


Alain Prost

Alain Prost

First race

1980 Argentine Grand Prix


4 (1985, 1986, 1989, 1993)

Number of wins


Number of pole positions


Ayrton Senna

Ayrton Senna

First race

1984 Brazilian Grand Prix


(1988, 1990, 1991)

Number of wins


Number of pole positions


What is the Fastest World Record for an F1 Car and Driver?

Valtteri Bottas has the record for the fastest speed in F1 racing. In 2016 at the Mexican GP, he attained a top speed of 231.46 mph (372.5km/h). He was driving the Mercedes W07 at the time he set this record. 

What are the Best and most Popular F1 Tracks?


  1. Silverstone, United Kingdom
  2. Spa, Belgium
  3. Suzuka, Japan
  4. Interlagos, Brazil
  5. Imola, Italy
  6. Red Bull Ring, Austria
  7. COTA, USA
  8. Monza, Italy
  9. Montreal, Canada
  10. Zandvoort, Netherlands

Are there any F1 tracks in Ghana?

In Continental Africa, only South Africa has expressed an interest in F1 track racing. The main reason why the rest of Africa has never hosted a GP and why no African races have appeared on the F1 calendar since the 1990s is that the continent as a whole has a poor economy and thus lacks the financial resources to host an F1 race. DHL and Formula 1 have agreed to a 5-year partnership. The South African Grand Prix will return to F1 in 2023. Since 2021, the sport has collaborated closely with South Africa. F1 is truly a global sport, with fans in nearly every country.

Are there any Ghanaian F1 teams?

Despite several names scattering everywhere, no African F1 drive has made it to the limelight of intercontinental F1 races. A notable Ghanaian is teenage sensation Lewis Appiagyei, an 18-year-old born to a German mother and a Ghanaian father.


He holds an eight-year Guinness World Record of climbing to the top of virtual racing by driving the fastest lap on the Laguna Seca Circuit. In the real world, he has won the Junior Karting Trophy at the Buckmore Park Kart Circuit; I think this is the closest a Ghanaian has reached. 

Virtual racing is very prominent in F1 these days, sometimes leading into the actual sport. The Buckmore Park Kart Circuit has produced great champions such as Lewis Hamilton and Jensen Button, showing that the teenager is on the right track to represent Ghana in future F1 races.

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