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>> One other thing to take into consideration about the Indy cars. They are
>> made out of a monocock shell, I'm not sure, but I think it's considerably
>> stronger than most road cars. Those things are ment to crash at 150+mph.
>> A car isn't.
I don't think even a F1 driver will survive a 150+mph crash *straight on*
into a concrete wall. Just because the vehicles is moving 150+mph does
not mean the impact velocity is 150+mph. The impact velocity is
Vcar*sin(angle with wall). if (angle with wall) is small, so is the