In Formula 1, victory can be a 'byte' away

Of all sports competitions, the most technological - by far - is motor racing. Nowadays, in F1, the highest category, it's hard to say where the pilot's skill ends and technology begins present in vehicles. “There are more than 300 sensors in the cars, which allow the team to take advantage of all kinds of information, including external data,” explains Geoff Willis, chief technology officer at the Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport team, champion for the past five years.

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