Every strategic business seeks to hone its systems for maximum performance and competitive advantage, but how many can say that the difference between success and failure can come down to millimeters or a hundredth of a second, as is the case with Formula 1™ (F1™) racing teams?
To get an F1™ car to peak performance and keep it there takes hundreds of people, multiple IT infrastructures and constant monitoring – plus an environment that can move seamlessly to a different country every other week.
You’ll also get up close and personal with a few members of the team. Hear how they manage the daily business of running an F1 team in this high-pressure, fast-paced environment.
Stay tuned for our next post.
Dell and the Caterham F1 team provide an inside look into the powerful enterprise and trackside infrastructure that lays the foundation for racing success.
- 1Caterham F1 Team revs up, with Dell IT power
- 2Antony Smith: Senior IT engineer for Caterham F1
- 3After fire, Caterham F1 team makes quick recovery
- 4The man behind the technology of Caterham F1 team
- 5A ‘half rack’ is critical to racing success
- 6The HPC that does not get a vacation
- 7Weight of an F1 team sits on one man’s shoulders
- 8An unsung hero of Caterham F1 team
- 9Simulator key to Caterham F1’s search for speed
- 10Video: Tire analysis gives Caterham F1 an advantage