This group covers the internal and external Aerodynamics of our race cars. In this role you will help with the analysis of CFD and Wind Tunnel data to contribute to our aerodynamic development.
You will also be responsible for creating the aerodynamic shapes to improve the flow field through high level surfacing using CATIA.
Finally, as part of the placement you will also be present at wind tunnel tests throughout the year to further help with development.
You will be working directly on car components for 2023 season updates and for the new 2024 car.
You will assist senior engineers with larger projects but also work individually on your own components.
The placement will be extremely demanding but will reward exceptional effort and commitment.
During the year students will work closely with other departments including the race team, and get the opportunity to better understand how we operate the car as well as our manufacturing techniques, test methods and data analysis.
Students normally have the opportunity to work in our factory operations room during race weekends should they wish.
Many of our past students have returned full time following their studies. We view our placement programme as an ideal way to discover our senior engineers of the future.
30 days' holiday including bank hols, BUPA, Healthcare cash back on every day medical receipts such as prescriptions and opticians etc as well as counselling sessions, CBT and well being advice etc, Cycle to work, Tech scheme, Store discounts, Wellbeing extras like yoga and meditation classes.
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