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HAWKS Racing e.V. ist das Formula Student Team der Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg. Wir entwickeln und fertigen Rennfahrzeuge, mit denen wir an den Events der Formula Student teilnehmen - dem größten internationalen Konstruktionswettbewerb für Studenten. Durch praxisnahes Arbeiten ergänzt HAWKS Racing das akademische Studium an der Hochschule. Werden Sie Fan, Partner oder Mitglied. Be part of the passion – be HAWKS!

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Dan gurney - a legend of motorsports - left this world yesterday at an age of 86 years.

He won the races in NASCAR, the indycar, Can-Am and four Grand Prix in FORMULA 1, a feat that only two more pilots could emulate.
His victory in the 24h-race in le mans was the first time he had a champagne shower.

After his career, gurney was also a team captain and designer. During this time he invented the gurney flap named after him, a simple but efficient aero dynamic component!

This driver and businessman will always be remembered as a model.

Rest in peace!

#dangurney #rip #motorsport #69 #hawks
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joanneum racing grazEr bleibt in unseren Herzen, auch wenn er jetzt auf der anderen Seite seine Runden dreht..

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Giuseppe StefaniTraurig aber irgendwann gehen alle.

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It is not up for debate, electronics are a major part of modern car design, this holds true for motorsports as well. Even a formula student combustion car is stacked to the brim with electronics and we pride ourselves with the fact, that we have more than most. Next to the obvious systems like display, batterie, brake light, etc., we utilize more intricate systems, which give us an edge in the competitions. We have an electronic throttle control with a brake system plausibility device for safety, our clutch is controlled by a brushless dc motor and we are also programming an algorithm to handle the DRS - drag reduction system, mentioned in an earlier post by aerodynamics, so its use is optimized depending on how hard the driver hits the breaks for example. You might think that’s it, but I have yet to mention the biggest and possibly the most important package. Our car has probably around 69 sensors for various measures build in. This is to ensure that everything is operating properly, that finetuning is possible, that mistakes and failures can be analysed and that our system can be optimized backed up by solid data. With this foundation, the demand for a driverless car has grown noticeably. Who knows, maybe that’s a possibility for us soon 😊. ... See moreSee less

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Nick PortChris Hughes you need to step up your pixie rangling

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