A glamorous and fiercely contested sport, F1 represents engineering and science at their extreme.
THE SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
IN AN F1 CAR!
13 August 2013 from 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Maxwell Auditorium, Science Centre Singapore
As part of the UK-Singapore Partners in Science programme, Mike Gascoyne, Group Chief Technical Officer from Caterham, will give a public talk on the science and engineering behind a Caterham F1 car.
Mike is one of the most renowned technicians in F1 and has carved out an illustrious 20-year career at the very pinnacle of international motorsport. Having studied fluid dynamics at PhD level at Cambridge University in the 1980s, Mike’s passion for motorsport led him into the world of F1 for the first time in 1989 when he joined the McLaren team. Since then he has worked with various teams and currently holds the position of Group Chief Technical Officer, with overall technical responsibility for all Caterham Group activities. In 2001, Mike founded MGI which he has actively and successfully run in unison with his other high level jobs.
Come join Mike as he talks about the latest in F1 design, engineering and technology, and look back on his exciting career in the sport!
Read more about the Caterham F1 Team at http://www.caterhamf1.com/home.
Follow Mike on Twitter @MikeGascoyne