[VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mc0wFyCIDfE]YouTube - USF1 Nose Crash Test[/VIDEO]
Pretty cool stuff. The designers look like they are going to cry.
There's another fantastic video giving an insight into production of the chassis so far:
[VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVYZDsc6XWo]YouTube - US F1 Team - Introduction to the team[/VIDEO]
I'm intrigued to see how they do as this is the first all American team in a long time, and the last 'American' teams didn't not fare to well - B.A.R and LolaMastercard (what a lol!) not faring to well.
My biggest intrigue for this years season so far is the Manor GP team (now called Virgin Racing) who have designed their car entirely using CFD (computational fluid dynamics) and it will not see a wind tunnel before pre-season testing.
Sorry to nitpick, but its the Manor team, not Campos Meta, which Virgin put money into. Campos Meta are actually looking possible to not make it to the grid because they can't get the funding (Tony Texeira who runs the A1GP has been reported to be interested in the team, as well as others)