F1 in schools - Aerodynamics


F1 in schools - Aerodynamics

For more information, visit https://www.airshaper.com or email info@airshaper.com ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- F1 in schools STEM challenge is a global competition in which students can design miniature F1 cars to race in straight lines. The cars are propelled by CO2 cartridges. In this video, the Redline Racing team of the Parramatta Marist High School in Sydney explains how the competition works and how they used AirShaper to optimize their design. To apply for the "AirShaper F1 In Schools" package and improve your F1 in schools car design, please visit: https://airshaper.com/f1-in-schools

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  • General Electric Renewable Energy
  • Deme
  • Aptera
  • Decathlon
  • MV Agusta
  • Vaude
  • Damon Motorcycles
  • Pal-V - World’s First Flying Car
  • Deme
  • A2Mac1
  • SenseFly
  • Sapim

Awards and Support

  • Solar Impulse
  • iMec
  • Voxdale
  • Professional MotorSport World Awards – MotorSport Technology of the Year

Code contributions by

  • KU Leuven
  • Inholland
  • Linkoping University