Lab Report: Why Do Race Cars Have Wings?

First Name: Sirius
Age: 9
Experiment Title: Why Do Race Cars Have Wings?
What was the purpose of your experiment? Provide a brief description of what you were hoping to learn, discover, or study.: I was hoping to learn why race cars have wings.
What was your hypothesis?: They have wings to keep them on the ground so they don’t go flying up like an airplane, with an opposite wing structure.
What materials did you use in your experiment? List them all.: Piece of paper, about 10 x 2 inches.
What procedure was followed? Provide a brief description of the steps you followed during your experiment.: I blew on the bottom of the paper. Then, I blew on the top.
What were the results of your experiment?: When I blew on the top, it came up, when I blew on the bottom, it came down.
What is your conclusion after conducting the experiment? Was your hypothesis correct or incorrect?: My hypothesis was correct, it keeps the car on the ground.
Spend a few minutes learning about the scientific principles involved in your experiment. Write 3-4 sentences about what you learned and how it relates to your experiment.: Planes and race cars have opposite wings structures. Planes make it go up. (The first one.) Race Cars make it go down. (The second.)