Almost anything can be used as a musical instrument if you play it right. Even a Formula 1 Race Car.
Red Bull Racing Formula 1 Car
Red Bull’s Formula 1 Race Car is a RB8 Renault RS27 driven by Christian Horner.
About Formula 1 Engines
Formula 1 race car engines are limited in their capabilities to certain specifications outlined each year by the Formula One World Championship governing body. There are 4 suppliers of the engines including: Cosworth, Ferreri, Renault and Mercedes.
Revving to a limited 18,000 RPM, a modern Formula One engine will consume a phenomenal 450 litres of air every second, with race fuel consumption typically around the 75 l/100 km (4 mpg) mark. Revving at such massive speeds equates to an accelerative force on the pistons of more than 8000 times gravity. Unsurprisingly, engine-related failures remain one of the most common causes of retirements in races. [Formula1.com]
Red Bull Formula 1 Videos
Red Bull has a lot of fun with their ridiculously awesome race cars including getting freaky on a frozen lake in Northern Quebec Canada.
And on sand in Dominican Republic
And here’s a cool documentary about the Weehawken Gran Prix race in New York City.