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  • Welcome to drivedigitalsuccess - Your behind the scenes podcast about Formula 1 and the technology driving it. Presented by Chris Medland and Mandy Carter. Powered by IONOS - First-class cloud and IT infrastructure.
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  • Mar 18 2022
    The regulation changes for the 2022 season are massive, resulting in a completely new generation of cars. To be competitive, the Haas F1 team devoted significant attention to designing the new car. But where does the procedure begin and when is a car ready for its debut race? In the final episode of our podcast series, Ben Agathangelou, Head of Engineering Operations, takes us on the development journey of the 2022 Haas VF-22. Topics: 1. Design process of the 2022 Haas VF-22 2. Car development in a virtual and physical world 3. Cooperation between team departments 4. Look of the new car 🏎️ #drivedigitalsuccess Take a technical glimpse behind the scenes of modern F1 racing to understand how technology is accelerating motorsport! How is racing connected to Cloud? What technology drives a modern race car? How can sustainability and racing go together? We talk with experts from the Haas F1 team as well as industry experts to answer questions you don’t even know you have yet. _________________________ Participants 🎙️Guest: Ben Agathangelou — Head of Engineering Operations at Haas F1 🎙️Host: Chris Medland — Formula One Expert and Presenter 🎙️Host: Mandy Carter — Cloud Expert & Head of Marketing Ionos UK _________________________ Chapter 00:00 | Introduction 03:03 | The aero department at Haas F1 08:32 | The starting point of designing an F1 car 13:56 | Development: virtual and physical 18:25 | Sharing data via the IONOS cloud 19:56 | The time frame of releasing the new car 26:15 | Designing the car around the new regulations 29:45 | Does the look of the car matter at all _________________________ Who ☁️ Brought to you by IONOS- First-class cloud and IT infrastructure: https://cloud.ionos.com/ 🎧 Produced by digital kompakt – Your expert in first class podcasts: www.digitalkompakt.de
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    34 mins
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  • Feb 18 2022
    One of the most important tools in F1 development is the simulator. Gathering and analyzing data is a crucial step in developing and improving an F1 car. These days, data is not only gathered on the track, but also in virtual environments. This is where the simulator into play. In this episode, we speak with none other than Mick Schumacherabout working with the simulator.. Topics 1. The main function of a simulator 2. Combining virtual and historical data 3. How realistic the simulator is 4. The role of IONOSCloud in data processing 🏎️ #drivedigitalsuccess Take a technical glimpse behind the scenes of modern F1 racing to understand how technology is accelerating motorsport! How is racing connected to Cloud? What technology drives a modern race car? How can sustainability and racing go together? We talk with experts from the Haas F1 team as well as industry experts to answer questions you don’t even know you have yet. _________________________ Participants 🎙️Guest: Mick Schumacher – F1 driver 🎙️Host: Chris Medland — Formula One Expert and Presenter 🎙️Host: Mandy Carter — Cloud Expert & Head of Marketing Ionos UK _________________________ Chapter 00:00 | Intro 03:13 | Is the simulator drivable for a normal person? 11:44 | The main functions of the simulator 14:03 | Simulator vs historical data 22:37 | How realistic is the simulator compared to the real car? 29:15 | Can you practice difficult conditions in the simulator? 30:43 | Getting used to the 2022 car: Will the simulator help? 32:49 | Mick’s prospects for next year’s season _________________________ Who ☁️ Brought to you by IONOS- First-class cloud and IT infrastructure: https://cloud.ionos.com/ 🎧 Produced by digital kompakt – Your expert in first class podcasts: www.digitalkompakt.de
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    34 mins

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