Are f1 cars awd?
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No, they are not. F1 cars are typically rear-wheel drive. However, there have been a few four-wheel drive F1 cars over the years – most notably, the Lotus 88 from 1981. However, this car was deemed to be illegal and was quickly banned. Since then, no four-wheel drive cars have competed in F1.