So I wanted to take a break from the modelling phase and focus more on the sustainability, materials and opportunities we will have by 2042. AI would be mastered till then and my vehicle would be both autonomus and traditional. AI would aid the driver to prevent crashes, and even drive without any human input. All the damages/wear and tear done during races and optimal use of energy would be also be monitored and controlled by AI. AI would also monitor the driver health, concentration etc. Now for the design opportunities, I would implement the use of over the top downforce like air braking, adaptive spoiler and steering aid using the flaps. Possibly mounted in the grille area, the rear and adjustable canards would help too. For the materials, the car could have self healing surface like seen in the Terzo. A super light. 3D printed parts could also be there and a new composite material that is both rigid and flexible could also be there that will help make the car as light as possible. The car would pack the bleeding edge technology, with sensors, radars and cameras all over. AI deep learning would keep a track of driver behaviour, techniques and basically replicate him/her. The wheels would be individually powered and that means the AI could compensate for loss of grip and apply power to corresponding wheel. The car would have 4 wheel steering and hyper dense batteries to reduce the weight and space for the batteries. As mentioned earlier, the regenerative systems would benefit from braking, maybe even regenerate in straight line speed. The tracks could have certain zones which power up the car when it reaches there. The tires would be made from a super sticky tire compound and its one of the most essential part of any race car. The car could use something like a torque converter that helps car go fast without using traditional gears. The battery would be quickly accessible as it would be mounted on the bottom of the car. Hope you like it. Any critique accepted.