All Polls

ME TOO
I'm so proud of myself!
The only way I get 100% on quizzes is if I made them...
*make
Curtis Page
29/01/2020
it does make it easier haha
Marcus Milligan
29/01/2020
Good morning! I guessed the poll right
Hey, Marcus!
We are experimenting with some new poll ideas.
Marcus Milligan
29/01/2020
I love the new ideas!
Ben Koenig
29/01/2020
Poll: What is the best poll you've seen this week?
Ben Koenig
31/01/2020
Please say Hi if you have followed a link here!
Scott Nadeau
31/01/2020
Hi
  • @
  • 💪1
  • Trade Classics
    31/01/2020
    Hi! Tom here 👍
  • @
  • 👍1
  • John Stewart
    31/01/2020
    Hi 👍🏼
  • @
  • 🍻1
  • What is the best Porsche?
    John Stewart
    12/02/2020
    VW beetle is the best Porsche
    Mikey Jackson
    15/02/2020
    DriveTribe
    Mikey Jackson | DriveTribe
    Ferrari f12 Berlinetta The Ferrari f12 Berlinetta is a rear mid-engined, rear wheel drive grand tourer which debuted at the 2012 Geneva motor show, replacing the 599grand tourer. The naturally aspirated 6.3 litre Ferrari V12 engine generates a power output of 740 PS (544 kW; 730 hp) at 8,250 rpm and 690 N⋅m (509 lb⋅ft) of torque at 6,000 rpm. The F12 Berlinetta transmits it’s power through a 7-speed dual-clutch semi-automatic gearbox. Compared to similar models, the F12 Berlinetta uses shortened gear ratios to match the power of the engine. The F12berlinetta is built around an aluminium space frame chassis co-developed with Scaglietti. The chassis is made up of 12 different aluminium alloys and improves structural rigidity by 20% over the 599, whilst reducing weight by 70 kg (154 lb). The centre of gravity has also been lowered by around 25 mm (1 in). The F12berlinetta's weight distribution is 48% front, 52% rear. Similar to other contemporary Ferrari models, the F12berlinetta uses Ferrari's third generation CCM3 carbon ceramic disc brakes. The car's stability and traction control, suspension and other settings are controlled by the Manettino dial mounted on the steering wheel. The F12 Berlinetta is fitted with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres. The F12berlinetta makes use of aerodynamic techniques based on Ferrari's 599XX and Formula One programmes, developed with wind tunnel and CFD testing. A notable feature is the Aero Bridge, an air channel running from the bonnet, through the flanks and along the sides of the vehicle, creating an effect that increases downforce. Another feature is Active Brake Cooling ducts, which open to direct cooling air only when the brakes are hot, keeping them closed at other times to reduce aerodynamic drag. The F12berlinetta produces 123 kg (271 lb) of downforce at 200 km/h (124 mph) – an increase of 76% over the 599 GTB – and has a drag coefficient of 0.299. Ferrari reports that the F12berlinetta is capable of lapping the Fiorano test circuit in 1 minute, 23 seconds; three seconds slower than the LaFerrari, a full second faster than the 599 GTO, two seconds faster than the Enzo Ferrari, two seconds faster than the 458 Italia, three seconds faster than the 430 Scuderia and three and a half seconds faster than the 599 GTB. Ferrari claimed the F12berlinetta to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.1 seconds, 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 8.5 seconds and to reach a top speed of 340 km/h (211 mph).
    Rhys Vernon
    16/02/2020
    Merc or Ferrari
    Jaguar XKR-S in white is stunning
    Coupé version of course
    Leo Wood
    21/02/2020
    oh yes it is
    John Stewart
    21/02/2020
    Oh no it isn't
    Nhật Vũ Minh
    yesterday 11:20am
    Guys how do I make polls and quizs?
    John Coleman
    yesterday 11:31am
    You can't on the app, I'm afraid :( Log into DriveTribe with a desktop computer and click Create in Studio on your profile.
      Drop to upload media
      Loading...