On this week’s episode of The Race F1 Tech Show we’re taking a deep dive into the world of Formula 1 simulators.
We’ll hear from Kia Cammaerts, the founder and technical director of Ansible Motion, provider of the kind of high-fidelity Driver-in-the-Loop (DIL) simulation tools used by F1 teams.
He tells us how the technology has developed and evolved, how teams use simulators as a performance tool, and even where the technology might take the sport in the future.
Before that, host Edd Straw and former F1 technical director Gary Anderson discuss the F1 summer shutdown, before Gary gives his opinion on Aston Martin’s recent dip in relative performance.
And finally, Gary answer a bevvy of questions from listeners, including ones on hydraulic systems, Mercedes upgrades and measures for reducing spray.
The Race F1 Tech Show, brought to you by Aramco.
Simulator image courtesy of Ansible Motion