ICT in Sport : Staying on track in formula 1

Michael Taylor, chief information officer with Lotus F1 team, told Connected how IT played a key role for his team in getting up to speed.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
8th June, 2014

Wealth is relative in sports. Shamrock Rovers would salivate at the budget available to Lotus F1, but the motor racing team is a pauper in its own field. When the FIA announced sweeping changes to car design and regulations for the 2014 season, the team needed to adapt quickly to avoid falling further behind the likes of Ferrari and Red Bull.

Working with EMC, the Formula 1 team looked for a way it could use its...

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