We would like to thank our sponsors and supporters without which the challenge would not be possible


"Sabalcore is a leading provider of High Performance Computing (HPC) Cloud services. Our company focuses 100% on HPC on-demand services and has been addressing the needs of our customers since 2000. Our systems are built by us, reside in our own facility, and are managed by us. Our expertise in scientific computing sets us apart from other service providers and ensures you conduct your work in the best computing environment available. We’ve built our company with our customers needs foremost and understand the forces driving your market."
Web: http://www.sabalcore.com/index.html                      Email: info@sabalcore.com

“Tasman Machinery supplies Stratasys’ patented FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) technology to the Australian and NZ markets. Stratasys uses its FDM technology in the Mojo 3D Printer, uPrint SE 3D Printers, Dimension 3D Printers and Fortus 3D Production Systems, which were developed for direct digital manufacturing and precision rapid prototyping. Tasman Machinery provides its customers with local sales and service expertise, delivering state-of-the-art additive manufacturing technology (3D Printing) for the aerospace, defence, automotive, medical, business & industrial equipment, education, architecture, and consumer-products markets. Founded in 1972, Tasman Machinery is one of the founding machinery suppliers to the plastics manufacturing industry in Australia and New Zealand.”
Web: http://www.tasmanmachinery.com.au/                      Email: sales@tasmanmachinery.com.au
Blog: http://3dproduction.com.au/


Craig Scarborough - a freelance journalist\illustrator who focuses solely on the Technology of F1. Who maintains a blog which shows an insight into the F1 Technical world and has great information about F1 aerodynamics on his blog.
http://scarbsf1.com/blog1/                                       Twitter: @ScarbsF1

Matt Somerfield - "Over the years I have noticed that many commentators/pundits use a certain level of assumption in regard to the knowledge the general F1 fan has.  My blog tries to help put some of the more technical aspects of the sport into an easy to understand context."
http://somersf1.blogspot.co.uk/                                Twitter: @SomersF1


We are looking for sponsors to assist with the running of the challenge and spice up the competition with amazing and innovative prizes. We would love to hear from you if you are any of the following:
  • A racing car team;
  • A university; or
  • Someone interested in sponsoring the challenge.

Our sponsors will receive:
  • Access to the submitted racecar geometries and their estimated aerodynamic performances;
  • Opportunities for advertising their colours and logos on the virtual racecars;
  • Advertising on the website and communication;
  • Updates on the competition;
  • Further opportunities.

Interested? Contact us!