We are delighted to announce the full line up for TeamDrag2Zero this year as follows: Kate Allen/McNeil, Dan Bigham, Kieron Davies, Vicky Gill, Chris Goodfellow, Mark Holton, Jeff Jones, Charles McCulloch, Alan Murchison, Keith Murray, Lee Piercy, Julia Shaw, Jon Simpkins, Henry Sleight, Simon Smart and Paul Welsby. Best of luck to all of our riders, looking forward to a fun year of racing!
On Sunday morning, the UK’s finest time trialists, took part in the Port Talbot Wheelers 25 mile race, a competition which saw 240 riders participating in three events. Starting at 1pm, the main class race was one that was attracting attention with the recently crowned 10 mile time trial champion, Matt Bottrill coming head to head again with former champion Michael Hutchinson The out and back course started in Glenyneth -South Wales. The course...
On Sunday afternoon the UK’s finest time trialists took part in the men’s National 10 mile time trial championship, 150 riders facing the time keeper on what is known as the UK’s fastest 10 mile course at South Cave, near Hull, It was going to be a highly contested race. Michael Hutchinson, 10 times a winner at this distance and the former competition record holder (being beaten earlier this year by Alex Dowsett), would be racing...
A 2 hour session at the Drag2Zero facility at the Mercedes-AMG Petronas wind tunnel costs £1050.
Additional hours may be booked at a cost of £500 per hour.
The number of sessions that we are able to offer with Simon Smart are limited due to his ongoing involvement with product development and professional athletes. We have a waiting list for wind tunnel sessions so if you are planning a visit to the tunnel we would advise you to provide us with your details so that we can ensure you are on our email circulation. Please submit your details here.
Up to 72kph
Open – providing lower blockage levels than a closed jet simulating real world conditions more closely
Up to 15 degrees, allowing simulation of cross winds
Rider driven rear wheel through resistance unit
Rider able to view results through projector in tunnel