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A2 wind tunnel

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Owner  Gary Eaker
Phone  +1 704-799-1001
Opened  2006
A2 wind tunnel
Location  117 Godspeed Ln. Mooresville, North Carolina
Address  117 Godspeed Ln, Mooresville, NC 28115, USA
Hours  Open today · 9AM–5PMMonday9AM–5PMTuesday9AM–5PMWednesday9AM–5PMThursday9AM–5PMFriday9AM–5PMSaturdayClosedSundayClosed
Similar  SRI Performa, Roush Yates Engines, Aerodyn Wind Tunnel, RE Suspensi, Memory Lane Motorspo
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Porsche in a2 wind tunnel


A2 Wind Tunnel is a full-scale general-purpose wind tunnel—an aerodynamics testing facility—located in Mooresville, North Carolina. Created in 2006 by Gary Eaker after the success of Aerodyn Wind Tunnel, a full-scale wind tunnel purpose-built for NASCAR testing. A2 Wind Tunnel tests a wide variety of objects including but not limited to full scale cars, motorcycles & bicycles. Some of the more notable entities to utilize testing at A2 Wind Tunnel include Lance Armstrong, Kristin Armstrong, the 2010 winter olympics gold medalist U.S. bobsled team with "NightTrain". A2 Wind Tunnel has also been the site of filming for several entities including the band Saving Abel for the music video Drowning (Face Down) in 2009, A Dale Earnhardt documentary, and several news segments relating to high wind weather conditions.

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Aerodyn a2 wind tunnel


References

A2 wind tunnel Wikipedia


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