SUV Aerodynamic Challenges

SUV Aerodynamic Challenges

Recently our Projects Director, Henry Pang, wrote an article for Automotive Testing Technology International magazine detailing the current challenges aerodynamicists face when working on large SUVs. Read more below. In recent years, the booming popularity of SUVs has...
Testing for Endurance Racing

Testing for Endurance Racing

Last week we had the pleasure of welcoming Seattle-based racing outfit The Heart of Racing to Catesby Tunnel. The American team, supported by Aston Martin Racing, race a Vantage AMR GT3 Evo in the World Endurance Championship, and it was the LMGT3 title challenger...
Catesby Tunnel officially joins CAM Testbed UK

Catesby Tunnel officially joins CAM Testbed UK

A disused railway tunnel in Northamptonshire is set to become a world-leading test facility for theself-driving vehicles of tomorrow. The 2.7km Catesby Tunnel has officially joined CAM Testbed UK, a global centre for the innovation and development of connected and...
Understanding the Effect of Aerodynamic Wake

Understanding the Effect of Aerodynamic Wake

It is well documented that when a Formula 1 car attempts to overtake a competitor, the ‘dirty air’ of the lead car will normally result in the following car losing a significant proportion of its aerodynamic downforce. Numerous studies have been conducted to quantify...
3D Printing for Cycling Performance

3D Printing for Cycling Performance

Our team of 3D scanning & printing engineers are currently working on an exciting project with sister company Silverstone Sports Engineering Hub, regarding their brand-new Pedalling Efficiency Rig (PER). The PER acts as a bicycle dynamometer, measuring rider input...