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What would you consider the objectives and constraints for the material (10 marks) selection for a racing car body to be? b) a student category racing car constructed at the faculty of engineering in 2007 had a steel frame and fiberglass body. the choice of material was greatly dictated by material and fabrication costs and the resources and time available. if sufficient financial support were to be provided by the university and sponsors, would you: i) retain the same materials and build experience whilst improving the current design; (ii) select an entirely new design or, (ii) replace just the frame or the body material? explain your decision. (15 marks)

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