Navigating Change and Setbacks
In Detail: 2022
- Complex Trade-offs
Redefining Success Amid Uncertainty
The biggest technical regulation change in a generation has led to unintended design consequences across the sport. The team immediately needed to gain stability and consistency in order to overcome unexpected aerodynamic challenges and stay competitive.
Lessons for Every Industry
In Detail: 2021
- Cost Visualization
- Predictable Outcomes
Making the Most of Every Dollar
With new cost cap regulations, extracting the maximum performance per dollar spent has become more important than ever in Formula One™. Cost visualization helps the team better plan budgets, predict changing costs, and maintain regulatory compliance.
Leveraging Advanced Simulations
Continuous success relies upon calculated preparations for each unique racing situation. To achieve the best racing outcomes, the team simulates millions of racing scenarios and car configurations to devise the best strategies and ensure the best cars are on-track any given race day.
Winning Data-Centric Strategies
In Detail: 2020
- Data Foundation
- Constant Adaptations
- In-the-moment Decisions
Laying a Foundation for Long Term Success
Formula One™ racing is probably the most competitive, technology-intensive sport in the world. To achieve continuous success and keep competitors at bay, teams must expertly wrangle the volume, variety, and velocity of their data and turn it into a competitive advantage that fuels innovation.
Innovating for Wins Year After Year
The time between F1™ seasons is short, and often, needed changes to car and strategy are great. Command of the team’s data enables speedy adaptation and innovation of processes, practices, and culture that add up to winning season after season.
Fast Decision-making Race after Race
Data analytics supports the game plan and the minute-by-minute decisions made by the garage, drivers, and other team stakeholders. With every new circuit, unrelenting competitors, and changing weather and track conditions, data analytics and decision-making are crucial.