Ideal for Williams Racing and F1 fans looking to revamp their home or office, you can now get your hands on this excellent table, crafted out of a piece of Williams Racing's F1 Team heritage.
This nosecone and front wing table has been re-engineered from a wind tunnel tested Williams FW31 F1 car, which was used to develop the cars driven during the 2009 FIA Formula One World Championship™. The nosecone and front wing have been decorated to depict the liveries of the 2011 FW33 car which was driven by Rubens Barrichello and Pastor Maldonado. This product comes with a certificate of authenticity too.
How Wind Tunnels work
Wind tunnels allow all teams to test new parts ahead of a forthcoming event, not only testing the parts but also the mixed conditions, for example the rolling road in the tunnel has the ability to turn making it possible to test the parts in a cross wind situation and this allows the engineers to look at the data to see how the specific parts behave.
The wind tunnel is of paramount importance for development of an F1 car. Most teams now have a 60% scale model in the tunnel running wheels on, which means there is even more correlation to the real size car with real machined parts in both metal and carbon. There are tight restrictions on testing times for the teams so they have to make good use of the allocated time, that means understanding the real size car to then know where improvements need to be made so those parts can be tested in the wind tunnel to prove the concept; if that part doesn't work, then another part will be tried.
On the reverse of that, engineers need to understand the model characteristics to be able to build a competitive full-scale car at the beginning of each season. Some of the larger teams will be testing 2,000 plus parts a month.
Please note the shipping cost for this product to any UK addresses will cost £100.00. Once order has been placed we shall be in touch for further arrangements and payment of delivery.