Join Motor Sport and Formula Student for a live lecture and podcast examining the most radical rule changes in Formula 1 for a generation.
Hear from two of the sharpest technical minds in the pitlane: Pat Symonds, chief technical officer at Williams F1 and Andy Cowell, managing director at Mercedes-Benz HPP. Symonds and Cowell will be accompanied by Kirsty Andrew, sales director at Cosworth, one of Britain’s most famous and respected racing companies, and Motor Sport’s Grand Prix editor Mark Hughes.
You will be part of an in-depth discussion that analyses the new V6 turbo engines, ERS and how this, combined with aerodynamic and rule changes, has affected the racing spectacle.
The event, which takes place on Tuesday June 24 at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers on Birdcage Walk, will offer readers and Formula Student members a golden opportunity to listen to and meet leading figures from the motor racing world as they cast light on the new technical regulations. The panel discussion will be followed by an extensive Q&A session that will allow members of the audience to quiz Symonds, Cowell, Andrew and Hughes.
For motor sport fans and engineers this is an unmissable debate three months into the new season.
The event will begin with refreshments at 6.00pm and the discussion will kick off in the lecture theatre at 6.30pm.
Tickets for start from £10 (Inc. VAT). For further information and to purchase tickets click here.
Can’t make it to the event? Register for the podcast to avoid missing the debate: e-mail, phone 020 7973 1258, or register online.