What is Formula 1? Why does a Formula 1 car look the way it does? How do the teams go about designing the cars? What are the main contributors to the car performance?
On Saturday 15 September these questions and more will be answered by Steve Fenwick, Head of Full-Size Car CFD at Renault Sport Racing.
The races we watch on TV are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of the people and effort involved: hear about the intense, highly skilled work that you don’t see on TV, that takes place 24 hours a day at the team factories, just to take 2 cars racing somewhere in the world every couple of weeks.
Join Steve for a look into the design, performance and complexity of modern-day F1 racing cars, including insights into the F1 world away from the TV cameras, at the pinnacle of automotive engineering.
INFORMATION & Timings
The evening will commence at 7:30 pm in the Lecture Theatre of the National Motor Museum’s Collections Centre and finish at around 10.00 pm. A pay bar will be available in the Collections Centre for the purchase of beers, wines and soft drinks.
Please note The National Motor Museum will not be open at this event.
Tickets will now be sent electronically where possible, so please provide an email address in any correspondence. If tickets are required by post, please provide an SAE.
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