Jonny's training to become a professional race car driver but he needs your help to study the fundamentals. Can you help him?
Did you know?
A Formula One car’s exhaust gets hot enough to melt aluminum. It can reach 1,000 degrees celsius, whereas aluminum melts at 660 degrees. As a result, it's made out of exotic metals so expensive that the average road car costs less than a set of F1 tailpipes.