KPH-to-MPH TV Guide for US Fans

This is our first infographic, so bear with us.

Upon watching international racing, I sometimes struggle understanding the magic numbers of speed. E.g. 300 kph, THE magic number in metric countries, is about 220 mph. Whereas the magic 200 mph in NASCAR and Indycar is about 321 kph in Formula 1.

This free guide is for you if you are an international race fan!

You can also download this as a PDF!
KPH to MPH Converter

Sebastian Mach

Sebastian Mach

Simracing for more than five years. iRacing, rFactor, but sometimes arcade racing just for fun.

Typically Top 2%-5% racer. Tries to not be slow.
Sebastian Mach

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