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Nick Wirth (born 26 March 1966) is the technical director of the Virgin Racing Formula One team.[1] He is also the former owner of the Simtek Formula One team, and a former aerodynamicist at March and the Benetton teams.[2] Contents 1 Education and Early Life 2 March 3 Simtek 4 Benetton and projects outside Formula One 5 Virgin Racing 6 References 7 External links // Education and Early Life Wirth attended Sevenoaks School from 1977 to 1984 and has B.Sc(Hons) in Mechanical Engineering (First Class) from University College London and is the youngest-ever Fellow of the Royal Institution of Mechanical Engineers.[3] March He stated his Formula One career as an aerodynamicist for March Engineering, responsible for all aerodynamic concepts, schematics and design of windtunnel model components for the 1988 and 1989 Leyton House March cars. In addition, he conceived and designed all components of the March active suspension system,[citation needed] which ran successfully in February 1989. Simtek Simtek Research, was founded in 1989 by Max Mosley and Nick Wirth. It originally was involved in many areas of Formula One, including wind tunnel construction and chassis building for third parties. Wirth was previously employed by March Team owner Mosley. From October 1993 to June 1995, Wirth was founder, owner, and technical director of Simtek Grand Prix, a Formula One racing team that first appeared in the 1994 Formula One season.[4] Simtek Research provided the team with engineering and design for the cars. Simtek suffered a difficult first season and eventually pulled out of Formula One during the 1995 season which forced Simtek Research into bankruptcy. Benetton and projects outside Formula One From 1996 until 1999 Wirth was chief designer and later a board member of the Benetton Formula One team. In 1999 Wirth founded RoboScience, creators of the RS-01 RoboDog. In 2003 he founded Wirth Design. In 2006 Wirth Design began working for the FIA in the Casumaro windtunnel in Italy on the split rear wing design that the FIA proposed for the 2008 F1 season. In 2007 Wirth Design became involved with the Acura LMP programme in the American Le Mans Series and was involved with designing the LMP1 class car for 2009 season. Wirth used computational fluid dynamics to design the LMP1 class car. Virgin Racing In 2009 Wirth Design teamed up with John Booth of Manor Motorsport to create a car for the 2010 Formula One season. Wirth was appointed the technical director of the team. Richard Branson's company Virgin became a title sponsor and the team was renamed Virgin Racing. The car that Wirth designed for use in the 2010 season, the Virgin VR-01, is the first Formula One racing car designed entirely with computational fluid dynamics with no use of traditional wind tunnels during the design or build process.[5] References ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ External links Profile at Profile on the Virgin Racing website v • d • e Simtek Founders : Nick Wirth | Max Mosley Drivers: David Brabham | Roland Ratzenberger | Andrea Montermini | Domenico Schiattarella | Jean-Marc Gounon | Jos Verstappen | Taki Inoue Formula One cars: S941 | S951 v • d • e Virgin Racing Team Principal: John Booth Personnel: Etienne de Villiers | Graeme Lowdon | Nick Wirth | Richard Branson Former personnel: Alex Tai Current drivers: 24. Timo Glock · 25. Lucas di Grassi Test Drivers: Luiz Razia · Jérôme d'Ambrosio Formula One cars: VR-01 Persondata Name Wirth, Nick Alternative names Short description Date of birth 26 March 1966 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to British motor racing is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This Formula One biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e