Dodge Viper ACR Wing is strong

August 3rd, 2009

The large carbon fiber rear wing on the 2008 and later Dodge Viper ACR contributes 60 percent of its 7:1 downforce-to-drag ratio, giving the car high-speed steering and cornering stability. Take a look at this picture showing just how strong this wing needs to be in order to support the enormous downforces applied during high speed driving. Each half-shell of the Viper ACR’s rear wing comprises only four layers of epoxy/carbon fiber weave, without the support of ribbing or core.

Dodge Viper ACR Rear Wing

For more information on the Dodge Viper ACR’s aerodynamics you can read though this in depth article on CompositesWorld: Composite wing key to high-speed stability.

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