Formula 1 racing is one of the most peak and complex form of application of engineering that we get to see in everyday life.One smallest example is that-approximately 80,000 components come together to make a F1 car. The cars have to be assembled with 100 % accuracy. If it were assembled 99.9% correctly, it would go on the track with 80 components wrongly placed.That much precision is needed to actually manufacture a formula 1 car. Most of the technologies that we see in today’s cars moving on road is directly or indirectly derived from formula 1.The main reason is that so much focus is on performance that teams have to develop new techs to gain advantage of just 0.01 secs over their rivals,the pressure of which is not there in passenger vehicle industry.Example-Regenerative braking that comes in our hybrid cars,sequential transmissions,paddle shift gears,electronic fuel injection systems etc.
They seem to. I grew up in a very racist white passing family. I think because so many actually knew the truth that they actually went out of their way to become more racist. Growing up the only non-whites my family tolerated were Filipinos as several of my great grandfather’s generation had fought in the Philippines and taken Filipino wives and my grandfather’s generation who fought and died in the Philippines, more a few on the Bataan Death March. Had I not grown up in such a white positive environment, I think I would have been a lot more confused about my genetics (turns out i am less than 30% white) and in my thinking, and probably freaked out unnecessarily a lot more about the amount of cousin marriages from the 14th through early 20th century. yeah our documented records go back that far.