QFR20?

Queen’s Formula Racing is now in the transition phase to incorporate electric drive into the car. The aim is to run a QFR-E car at Formula Student 2020. Technical specifications: Four hub-mounted motors provide 37kW and 21 Nm at each wheel, Single gear ratio of 15:1 The accumulator (battery) will be a hybrid of lithium... Continue Reading →

QFR18

Queen's Formula Racing intend to build on the progress made in 2017 and challenge the top teams in the United Kingdom at Formula Student 2018. Technical updates: Chassis T45 space-frame chassis Rear chassis mass reduction Suspension Full design study of suspension from basic principles Double wishbone, pull-rod suspension, front and rear Swept back rear wishbones to... Continue Reading →

QFR17

Seventh overall in Formula Student UK was a just reward for Queen’s Formula Racing after a big effort from the team in 2017. A move back to a spaceframe chassis resulted in a reduction in overall mass and complemented QFR’s exceptional engine to gain top honours in the acceleration event. Formula Student 2017 Competition results:... Continue Reading →

QFR16

A wishbone failure frustratingly ended the team’s hopes in the endurance event after eight laps as the car completed all other dynamic events. However, QFR16 proved to be an important test vehicle post-competition, greatly contributing to the success of the 2017 car. The biggest change for the 2016 car was the introduction of 10″ wheels.... Continue Reading →

QFR15

Returning to Formula Student after two years out, Queen's Formula Racing struggled with a clutch failure after failing the brake test in scrutineering. Formula Student 2015 Competition results: N/A Technical specifications: 233.5kg Carbon composite chassis Redesigned front chassis with side-mounted spring-dampers Double wishbone, pull-rod front suspension Redesigned uprights and side-pods

QFR12

Queen's Formula Racing finished a disappointing 38th in 2012 following steering arm failure in the endurance event. Formula Student 2012 Competition results: 38th Overall Technical specifications: Chassis Carbon fibre monocoque chassis Tubular rear chassis, mild steel Tubular rear sub-frame, mild steel Brakes Outboard custom stainless steel discs Wilwood single-pot calipers Adjustable brake bias Suspension Double... Continue Reading →

QFR11

Sixth in the endurance event was the highlight for Queen's Formula Racing in 2011 as it finished 26th overall. Formula Student 2011 Competition results: 26th Overall Technical specifications: Chassis Carbon Fibre Monocoque Chassis Tubular rear sub-frame, mild steel Unstressed engine Brakes Twin outboard discs on front and rear Wilwood single pot calipers Adjustable brake bias Suspension... Continue Reading →

QFR10

The 2010 Queen's Formula Racing car finished 25th overall despite failing to complete the endurance race. Formula Student 2010 Competition results: 25th Overall Technical specifications: Chassis Carbon fibre monocoque chassis Tubular rear sub-frame, mild steel Unstressed engine Brakes Twin outboard discs on front and rear Wilwood single pot calipers Adjustable brake bias Suspension Double wishbone, push-rod... Continue Reading →

QFR09

Queen's Formula Racing's hopes were shattered in 2009 after spinning the car in the endurance event. The team was on course to finish in the top ten until the spin occurred. QFR still managed to take home an award for best use of data acquisition. Formula Student 2009 Competition results: Best use of Data Acquisition in... Continue Reading →

QFR08

Unfortunately, QFR08 didn't make it through scrutineering in 2008 as it failed the brake test. The team re-entered the car into Class 1, finishing third. 2008 Competition results: DNF 3rd in Class 1 Technical specifications: Tubular space-frame chassis, mild steel Tubular rear subframe, mild steel Unstressed engine 2003 Yamaha YZFR6 600cc Double wishbone, push-rod suspension... Continue Reading →

QFR07

Technical issues and an engine failure put an end to Queen's Formula Racing hopes in 2007. 2007 Competition results: 34th Overall Technical specifications: Tubular space-frame chassis, mild steel Aluminium rear subframe Fully stressed engine Yamaha YZFR6 600cc Double wishbone, push-rod suspension Adjustable antiroll bars Twin outboard brake discs front and rear Wilwood single pot calipers... Continue Reading →

QFR06

2006 was Queen's Formula Racing's chance to unleash the potential of upgrades made to the car the year previous. With 12 months to develop the car following disappointment in '05, the team achieved a strong result of third in the United Kingdom. 2006 Competition results: 3rd in UK 8th Overall 2nd in acceleration event 2nd in... Continue Reading →

QFR05

Queen's Formula Racing endured its toughest weekend at Formula Student's 2005 competition. Numerous changes to the car's design led to technical difficulties and a disappointing result. 2005 Competition results: 30th Overall Technical specifications: Tubular space-frame chassis, mild steel Removable rear subframe Fully stressed engine Yamaha YZFR6 600cc Double wishbone, pull-rod suspension Adjustable anti-roll bars Twin... Continue Reading →

QFR04

Queen's Formula Racing returned to Formula Student in 2004 after not competing the year before. It was a successful return with the team finishing as the top performing team from the United Kingdom. 2004 Competition results: 3rd in Europe 6th Overall Top UK team Technical specifications: Tubular space-frame chassis, mild steel 4130 alloy steel roll... Continue Reading →

QFR02

2002 Competition Results: 3rd in Europe 8th Overall Best Driver Technical Specifications: Yamaha YZFR6 600cc Direct injection, power increase to 76bhp Quaife limited slip differential Front and rear antiroll bars  

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