In the world of motor sport, speed and lap times are of primary concern. Designed strictly for racing tracks, the Formula Three Wheeler concept by designer Christopher Pollard attempts to possess positive attributes of both motorcycles and automobiles. The concept aspires to theoretically out perform and generate faster lap times around conventional racing circuits, than motorcycles and automobiles. The vehicle creates a whole new racing genre with miniaturized pendalino train mechanism tilting the cockpit, at lower half of cockpit, allowing vehicle to keep aerodynamic shape. Tilting of cockpit shifts center of gravity, which creates more favorable balance and dynamics for turning the corner.
The F3W Formula Vehicle is driven with drive by wire controls in cockpit and features the wheels that stay up right, allowing optimum tire surface area to touch road surface. This takes advantage of all available grips. Spoilers at front and back increase down force to create more grip and aero wheel trim design allows air into breaks and motors whilst being relatively aerodynamic. Hiding the suspension and motors, at front, behind bodywork, the three-wheeler includes thin front wheels to create easy quick tuning, wide rear wheel creates more grip.