F1 in Schools

Orange and Blue Concept Race Car - F1 in Schools

I was asked to model a concept race car for F1 in Schools and for Design for Automotive ( https://academy.autodesk.com/design-for-automotive...
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F1 in Schools is a global programme which inspires young people around the World through projetc based STEM learning. Competing in F1 in Schools gives you a unique opportunity to develop key skills such as; communication, presenting and team work which will form the foundation of your future in any career path you choose to follow. Working in teams of between 3-6 students, you will follow the same processes real Formula One teams follow from your initial business plan through to your car design. You will be using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software, data analysis using CFD and drag calculation software, Computerised Numerical Control (CNC) machinery to manufacture your car, and wind and smoke tunnels for testing. Finally you will race your car on our 20m F1 in Schools race track to see who has designed and manufactured the fastest car. Autodesk are proud Global CAD/CFD partners of F1 in Schools and this group is the perfect opportunity to connect with peers across the globe, share design ideas and get answers to those design questions! For further info and to access FREE Autodesk Software & Support resources go to www.autodesk.com/f1inschools

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Autodesk is the Premium Global Software Partner for F1 in schools. Through F1 in Schools, schools are provided with access to free software to support their teams through the competition season. Students and schools participating in the F1 in Schools™ program in over 40 countries now have access to an extensive portfolio of Autodesk® 3D design software free* of charge. Learn more at www.autodesk.com/f1inschools.

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