Simulations :

Simulators are like virtual race cars that allow drivers to see and feel what it’s like to drive a car on a given track. And for teams to run various strategies as preparation for the upcoming session. 

The simulator creates a “digital twin” of the physical car (with nuances, depending on the car’s setup) and the track (also with nuances, right down to bumps and surface conditions). Screens, sounds, a steering wheel, and pedals all bring it to life.

Simulations allow the drivers to prepare ahead of the weekend, teams to run scenarios and assist with car development

Andrew Burden

The author Kiwi F1 Fan