The exhibit is divided into three separate areas containing 17 exciting exhibits with 20 interactive opportunities:
The Race Track
In this area trainee drivers can test their skill in a race simulator, change a tire under Formula One conditions or compete against another driver in the Pedal Car Racing.
The Fitness Testing Area
Drivers are able to test their skill levels using anticipation, reaction time, peripheral vision and heart rate exhibits to see if they have what it takes to become a professional Formula One driver.
This area of the exhibition shows drivers how Formula One cars work focusing on the science behind engines, aerodynamics and motion
Dates & Admission
Admission to SPEED: Science in Motion is included with admission to the Mayborn Museum. Adults are $8, seniors $7, and children $6. Museum members and Baylor University students receive free admission.
SPEED: Science in Motion is on display at the Mayborn Museum complex May 27 through September 3, 2017.
Developed by Scitech in Perth, Australia and produced by Imagine Exhibitions, SPEED: Science in Motion, replicates the high-octane action of the Formula 1 racetrack, complete with pit lane, workshop and physical testing environments on display May 27 through September 3, 2017.
This immersive experience is designed to unravel the cutting edge science and technology behind professional motor sports. Visitors can challenge themselves through hands-on exhibits and displays, to see if they have the skills, fitness and reactions to race at over 125 miles per hour.