When talking about auto racing, everything eventually boils down to speed. While front-of-mind that means how fast a car travels around a track or through a course, speed is becoming increasing essential throughout all areas of the racing environment, including the development, design, testing and production of the cars themselves. Like in most other industries, companies that build race cars – whether it’s Formula 1, Formula 3, NASCAR, or other types – are being inundated with data that contain key information that can help design and create the cars in ways that make them go faster. Unlocking that data and accessing the information it holds as quickly as possible is key to succeeding in a highly competitive environment, where ultimate winning on the track can often be measured in milliseconds.
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