What is the fastest lap ever in F1?

What is the fastest lap ever in F1?

164.267 miles per hour
Hamilton also set the record for the fastest lap ever recorded in F1 history at a whopping average of 164.267 miles per hour (or 264.362 kilometers per hour) with a lap time of one minute, 18.887 seconds.

What is the highest speed ever recorded by a Formula 1 car during a Grand Prix?

372.5 km/h
Race records

Description Record
Highest top speed (race) 372.5 km/h (231.461 mph)
Highest top speed (overall) 378 km/h (234.878 mph)
Shortest race 1 lap, 3 min 27.071 s 6.880 km (4.275 mi)
Shortest race without a red flag 1 h 14 min 19.838 s

What was the fastest lap in the Nurburgring race?

Due to construction of the Nürburgring’s Formula 1 circuit, that race was the only time top-level Le Mans sportscars race on the 12.9-mile Nordschleife layout. The 956 driven by Bellof, then 25]

Which is the fastest rear drive car in the Nurburgring?

That knocked the Porsche 911 GTS RS down into second place at the time, claiming a win for the Italians. The 690bhp 911 GT2 RS blasted around the ‘Ring seven-tenths of a second faster than the Radical SR8LM, making it the fastest rear-drive production car to lap the infamous Nordschleife.

What is the record for the Nurburgring Nordschleife?

The Nordschleife. Main article: Nürburgring. Porsche 919 Evo – Overall record holder on the modern 20,832m full layout with a time of 5:19.546 minutes. Volkswagen I.D. R – Overall electric record holder on the modern 20,832m full layout with a time of 6:05.336 minutes.

What’s the current lap record in Formula One?

Due to the cars in the 2017 Formula One season being widened, many Lap Records on current circuits are from the 2018, 2019 and 2020 Formula One seasons. Circuits listed in this page are based on their latest layout configurations and also the latest event held on the venues.