Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport: Setting Up for Success by Expecting the Unexpected
Setup for Success
Imagine finding a needle in a haystack. That's what it's like trying to find the right setup that makes for the fastest car from the billions of possible car configuration combinations. As tires wear and the track conditions change, teams can tune suspension, aerodynamics, and power unit settings to affect performance.
To prepare for a race weekend, the team runs millions of simulations, each one aiming to predict various situations during the race. These simulations take into account environmental factors, changes in weather and track, and many changes to the circuits year-on-year. In the world of F1, nothing is constant, so it's crucial for teams to constantly monitor these factors.
In this part of our "expecting the unexpected" series, learn what work the team has to do in order to predict the fastest possible car setup for race weekend.
Download Success Story
Digital Twins in F1™ Racing Throw Down Big Gains for Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport: Winning with Digital Twin Capabilities
Learn more about how Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport partners with TIBCO to connect its data and enhance the team's intelligence to deliver championship-worthy performance.