17 min

Re-Visiting: Anatomy of the new Formula One Race Car with Bob Bell- Part 2 The Future Car: A Siemens Podcast

    • Technology

Formula One is evolving to remain relevant and interesting in the 21st century.
A unique age where if it isn’t green enough, it can get ‘canceled’, and if it doesn’t trend on social media, it doesn’t matter! 
This evolution involves making decisions affecting how the engine is designed as well as transforming the sport’s interaction with the fans. F1, like any other successful business, is implementing these changes one step at a time and learning as it goes. 
In this episode, the second part of two, Ed Bernardon interviews Bob Bell, Strategic Advisor to BWT Alpine F1 team. He’s been in Formula One racing for 36 years and has won several championships with different teams. Today, he’ll walk us through the changes that he expects the sport to make in the next decade. 
What You’ll Learn in this Episode:
Changes in the engine that we can expect in the near future (01:51)The differences between Formula One and Formula E (03:27)The impact of increased focus on social media and off-the-track stories (06:30)The importance of a Drag Reduction System (DRS) (07:34)
Connect with Bob: 
WebsiteFormula One
Connect with Ed Bernardon:
LinkedInFuture Car: Driving a Lifestyle RevolutionMotorsports is speeding the way to safer urban mobilitySiemens Digital Industries Software
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Formula One is evolving to remain relevant and interesting in the 21st century.
A unique age where if it isn’t green enough, it can get ‘canceled’, and if it doesn’t trend on social media, it doesn’t matter! 
This evolution involves making decisions affecting how the engine is designed as well as transforming the sport’s interaction with the fans. F1, like any other successful business, is implementing these changes one step at a time and learning as it goes. 
In this episode, the second part of two, Ed Bernardon interviews Bob Bell, Strategic Advisor to BWT Alpine F1 team. He’s been in Formula One racing for 36 years and has won several championships with different teams. Today, he’ll walk us through the changes that he expects the sport to make in the next decade. 
What You’ll Learn in this Episode:
Changes in the engine that we can expect in the near future (01:51)The differences between Formula One and Formula E (03:27)The impact of increased focus on social media and off-the-track stories (06:30)The importance of a Drag Reduction System (DRS) (07:34)
Connect with Bob: 
WebsiteFormula One
Connect with Ed Bernardon:
LinkedInFuture Car: Driving a Lifestyle RevolutionMotorsports is speeding the way to safer urban mobilitySiemens Digital Industries Software
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

17 min

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