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Imagining the future of F1: Human Ignition (Ep.2)

Formula 1 is an ever changing and adapting sport. The cars have come a long way since the sports beginnings back in the 1950s with the introduction of aerodynamics, ground-effect and now hybrid-engines. What might the distant future hold for the sport? As part of a collaboration between energy-drink Burn, Lotus and a handful of designers, we take a look at some extreme examples. In the second episode of 'Human Ignition', socio-ecological architecture firm Terreform are on a mission to turn dull, one-dimensional circuit design on its head to make the track a character of its own. In this second episode of Human Ignition Sci-Fi creeps closer to reality — but is their vision a feasible...
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