2010 DeltaWing IndyCar Concept
are the days when cars were only considered to be a mode of transportation.
Over the years, cars have been developed and modified to accumulate
style, class, beauty, power and comfort all at the same time.
The 2010 DeltaWing IndyCar Concept is a result of all these years
of research and man's desire to get a car that is better than
has been a popular sport for years and the craze seems to grow
every year as we can see millions of Formula One fans following
every race closely. The IndyCar racing is an alternative to this
race as the owners felt that the Formula One was monopolized by
some big names only. The 2010 DeltaWing IndyCar Concept has been
designed to revolutionize these cars.
cars that are used in IndyCar racing are standard as the same
company has been designing them for years. These cars are not
very efficient and most have become outdated, both factors are
having a detrimental effect on the quality of sport. The DeltaWing
is aimed at providing better cars for these races.
DeltaWing has received mixed reaction as some like it very much
while others are not so sure of its unorthodox design. The original
designers have created a prototype based on the 2010 DeltaWing
Concept and it has been put on display in Chicago were huge number
of people have come to see the new car model.
based on the 2010 DeltaWing IndyCar Concept is quite different
from all the ones we have seen in the past. It is futuristic and
looks something like a jet, something you would expect to see
in a science fiction movie at best. The sleek look of the prototype
based on the DeltaWing IndyCar makes one wonder if the car can
take the pressure of a race.
DeltaWing IndyCar was designed by one the most famous designers.
The designer was also lola's ex chief designer. When it comes
to cars, the engine, speed and such things are way too important.
This car has a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo charged engine whose
horsepower is 300 HP at 7,000 rpm.
weight almost 1,030 lbs including driver's weight and it can reach
the speed of 235 mph. The aerodynamic drag is Cd 0.24 and 80%
of the aerodynamic downforce operates on the rear of the car.
The Wheel base of DeltaWing Indycar is 125 inches with the front
track of 24 inches and 70 inches of rear track.
that is not common among other racing cars is the fact that 60%
of the braking force is produced behind the center of gravity,
which gives a dynamically balanced response. The designers of
the DeltaWing Concept elaborate that the super slim design of
the car will help in improving the aerodynamic of the car considerably
and hence improve its performance. The DeltaWing also ensures
that the wheels do not get interlocked at any time during the
race, a situation which can be fatal for the drivers.
based on 2010 DeltaWing IndyCar Concept makes it clear that the
weight of the car will be almost half to that of the traditional
racing cars and hence the level of efficiency increases by double.