The seventh generation of the Formula One car was designed with an emphasis on reliability and improved driving performance. The requirements for the sixth generation changes were based on the results of the previous monopost tests. From the test data, we were able to improve the performance of the formula on the track.
Enhanced engines, battery and controls, along with altered composite full-moonlight, won a double win this year. This year, our team has moved our team closer to perfect understanding of our concepts.
The year 2016 has certainly shown the direction of the development of the only Czech electric formula. The concept, which includes a composite all-wheel drive, independent all-wheel drive and proprietary design electronics, has proven to be fully competitive, so FSE.06 will be developed with the emphasis on fine-tuning even the latest detail.
In this season, the emphasis is on simulating the driving characteristics of the monopost and the subsequent use to improve them. It will surely help to optimize a more efficient active air duplicator, overhauling drive components, and using axle stabilizers.
The experience gained in the field of composite structures also enables the final development of our own carbon 10 "rims.
After extensive changes to the fourth generation of the FSE, the new generation 5 will be built especially to optimize and increase reliability of innovations and systems of the previous monopost.
More significant changes will be made by akupack, the higher capacity of which will make full use of the performance of all four engines. After success with 2015 seasonal carbon composite parts, the fifth generation of the monopost and the monocoque design are also in play.
More information on the design of the newest monopost will be published during the design. Definitely watch us!
The eForce FEE Prague Formula team decided to take a strenuous step after successfully entering the world of Formula Student. The new car for the 2015 season will not only rely on the electric drive system of the rear axle but also the front axle.
The all-new FSE.04x will be fitted with four engines, making the car a great step forward in terms of handling, especially in unfavorable adhesion conditions. Aeropeet was modified to meet the requirements of the new version of the 2015 rules. A completely redesigned frame, new electronic systems - that's just a fraction of the news that FSE.04x brings with it.
The 2014 seasonal carriage carries the order number three. The FSE.03 (Formula Student Electric) is a logical outcome of the next year of development that the eForce Prague Formula team will try to make use of in three racing companies of the Formula Student International competition.
FSE.03 is conceptually based on its predecessor FSE.02, with changes in the frame area that has been truncated. Other mechanical adjustments boast redesigned control and increased share of composite parts. It is precisely the carbon fiber that carries the most visible change, which is a complete active air repel, which ensures faster cornering and a higher stability of the car during braking.
The FSE.03 monopost was replaced by 30 students who brought the car into the world during the year of development. In the 2014 season, eForce Prague Formula is waiting for three racing businesses across Europe.
The FSE.02 is characterized by a high torque of a pair of motors, multi-arm suspensions with unequally long A-arms and custom-made electronics.
Weight savings have reached 52kg and reduced the weight of the entire car to 278kg. This progress has been achieved by the use of a large number of composite parts.
The FSE.02 monopost was replaced by 30 students who brought the car into the world during the year of development. In the 2013 season, the brand new race car took part in four Formula Student competition races.
FSE.02 participated in a total of four Formula Student races in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria and Italy.
The FSE.01 was the first ever Formula Electric Student in the Czech Republic.
The development was attended by 30 students of the Czech Technical University in Prague for almost two years. The development began with the creation of the team under the title of CTU CarTech in 2010. After two years of development, FSE.01 set off for the first time at 2012, where it convinced its reliability and performance, despite its higher weight of 330 kilograms.
Monopost has participated in two Formula Formula races in Hungary and Italy.