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Speedtech SRD F1-10
After a hiatus, in which ExoM (http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/8380) purchased majority shares, Speedtech is back with a bang, in the form of it's first Formula 1 car...
About this creation
The Speedtech SRD F1-10 is a new thing coming from Speedtech. The name, SRD F1-10, stands for Speedtech Racing Development Formula 1 2010.



Front view. Not much to be said here...



Side view. When viewed like this from a distance, I swear it looks real... Or is it just that I'm becoming delusional?



Rear, showing the diffuser and rear wing.



Aerodynamically smooth underside



A close up of the underside, showing how I mounted the diffuser.



Top view.



The driver




AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHH! Someone severed the driver's head! Only joking. I couldn't find a way to fit a mini figure whilst keeping structural rigidity...



Front 3/4 view



Close up showing the "fence" used to keep air flowing smoothly over the side pods.



The front wing.



The roll hoop, and severed head, er, I mean driver...
The black piece is the camera.



Rear wing



How I mounted the rear wing. The way I mounted the rear diffuser helped a lot.



The front brakes.



How the rear wheels were mounted



The front suspension. The credit for this, and indeed, the inspiration for this car, goes to Dan Nelson



Front 3/4



Rear 3/4



The magical SNOT (Studs Not On Top) in the side pods



The front wing, which is made up of 18 parts on its own.



A minifig angry at his friend's decapitation, um, er, I mean a minifig comparison



Driver's view



The driver speeding off to a new race.

Technical specifications


  • Engine: 634 kilowatt (850 horsepower) naturally aspirated 2.4 L V8

  • Suspension: Fully independent inboard front and rear

  • Top Speed: 350km/h (218mph)

  • 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph): 1.5 seconds

  • 0-100-0 km/h (0-62-0 mph) 2.5 seconds

  • Steering: 1 turn lock to lock

  • Turning circle: 11 metres (36 feet)

  • Kerb Weight: 620 kg (1367 lb)



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Comments

  June 24, 2012
Good creation! Fantastic, really.. If you want, see my creation of Ferrari F2012 at http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/328869
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  November 23, 2010
Quoting W Mark I like it, but I'd like some nicer pictures of it. A piece of blank paper or a clean sheet makes a nice backdrop, and you can persaude someone else to take the pictures if you are unsure of your own skills.
Thanks for the comment. Unfortunately this car has been dismantled, but I will attempt a studio of sorts for my next MOC - It'll be rather big.
  November 22, 2010
I like it, but I'd like some nicer pictures of it. A piece of blank paper or a clean sheet makes a nice backdrop, and you can persaude someone else to take the pictures if you are unsure of your own skills.
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  September 17, 2010
Again Good Work!
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  August 20, 2010
thats nice! Now i would like to thank you for your comment on my F1 car, because you sparked an idea for including a suspension! i just finished the new version and will be uploading pics asap. thanx, and good job
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  April 1, 2010
Quoting mattyy 666 very good , I like the diffuser , ever tried a double diffuser?? :)
Well, I couldn't really without messing up the entire rear end, and the car is only 10 studs wide...
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  April 1, 2010
very good , I like the diffuser , ever tried a double diffuser?? :)
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  February 24, 2010
Looks fast !!
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  February 19, 2010
COOL CONCEPT CAR. HAVE YOU GOT ANY UPDATES ON THE GT F1 PROJECT? PLEASE TELL ME IN THE GROUP. THANKS.
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  February 17, 2010
Quoting Dan Nelson Thanks for the credit! I like the way you've attached the fences at the edges of the sidepods. Very clever. Look forward to seeing what you do for next season, or maybe a 'B' version of this later during this season.
The attachment of the fences is easily the most fiddly part of the model... Also, you're right, I'm already thinking about a 'B' version. I'm struggling to find a way to attach a shark fin, as it'll definitely feature on the F1-10-B.
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  February 17, 2010
Thanks for the credit! I like the way you've attached the fences at the edges of the sidepods. Very clever. Look forward to seeing what you do for next season, or maybe a 'B' version of this later during this season.
 
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