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INSIDER: How to optimise an F1 car set-up

It's no surprise that the AMR22 is fitted with incredibly complex electronics systems and sensors to help get the best from the car during race weekends. Jack Lockwood, Electronic Systems Trackside Support Engineer, explains more.

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Keeping a close eye on the mechanical workings of a Formula One car while it races around a track at 300km/h is no easy feat.

Everything from the engine to the tyres and hydraulic systems are intricately tracked by sensors and electronic systems to collate data both on and off the track.

This allows the engineers and mechanics to make changes and improvements to the car as quickly as possible.

We join Jack Lockwood, Electronic Systems Trackside Support Engineer for Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One™ Team, to hear how he manages these systems over a race weekend and how the data they collect is vital to maximise performance.

At AMF1, we're proud to shine a light on all the members of our team, celebrating their stories as #WeClimbTogether.

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INSIDER: How to optimise an F1 car set-up

Watch as Jack Lockwood, Electronic Systems Trackside Support Engineer, explains how to monitor a Formula One car and keep it in optimal conditions during a race weekend.

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