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That's great !
I've got one query for you then, do formula 1 teams use the same carbon fibre as the one you can in mainstream goods such as bikes skis etc?
Carbon fiber is stacked in layers inside the mold. Typically 6k. Plus a foam core. And backed with 11oz. Carbon. However the resin used in infusion also affects the strength.
In a coma. Seemed alright at first, later the condition worsened.
Not sure what kind of skiing he was into, from the injuries it seems the fast kind.
Edited by proton007 - 12/29/13 at 5:37pm
No. They use a high density and heavy carbon to withstand the force and torque. Nothing less than 12k and 20oz weaves.
The part in my pic is 3k
How do they make cars so light then ?
Indeed. That said, Golf is more dangerous that Fromula racing nowadays.