The most advanced technology F1 Allied with the candle. A real revolution. Design, composite engineering, use of artificial intelligence and simulation … in the service of a monocoque. Red Bull and Alinghi share a “know-how”. Another incentive for the 37th America’s Cup in Barcelona 2024.
In October 2021, it was announced that Mercedes-AMG’s continued association with INEOS-Britannia is owned by English billionaire Sir James Ratcliffe, directed by Sir Ben Ainsley, quadruple Olympic champion and leader of Challenger of Record (first contender). From the 37th America’s Cup.
Additionally, he is one of only two British sailors to win the America’s Cup (with Team Oracle USA in 2013).
Soon after, in December, the Austrian team Red Bull It announced its merger with Alinghi, owned by Swiss-Italian billionaire Ernesto Bertarelli, two-time America’s Cup winner in 2003 and 2007, to form the current. Alinghi Red Bull Racing He takes knowledge and experience in Formula 1 from the rings to the regatta.
The move also brought to the America’s Cup one of the sport’s biggest rivalries between Red Bull’s Christian Horner and Mercedes-AMG’s Toto Wolff.
These federations also increased the budgets of these America’s Cup teams (estimated around 150-160 million euros), but they had no other choice but to draw on the resources of the great Formula 1 teams (with budgets ranging from 200-300 million euros) to end Team Emirates’ dominance New Zealand (winner in 1997, 2000, 2017, and 2021)
Areas of expertise are likely to be in design, vehicle engineering (embedded synthetics), use of artificial intelligence and simulators, along with the introduction of F1 performance monitoring and control, at least for the time being. 22.90 meters).
With ten teams in Formula 1, there are plenty of opportunities for other challenging teams to join a team. There is already talk of a possible relationship between Italian Luna Rossa and Ferrari.
In July of this year it was announced Red Bull Advanced technologies, high-performance engineering department in one seat Red Bull Racing, he would share with the Alinghi team his engineering and design expertise drawn from the competition in Formula 1, The fastest development cycle in the world.
located in Red Bull Technology campus in Milton Keynes (UK), engineers and designers Red Bull Advanced Technologies is already working with Alinghi based in Ecublens (Switzerland), in specific regions where the technology is believed to be F1 You can add performance to the monocoque with AC75 chips, which were actually designed by Spaniard Marcelino Botín.
In particular, aerodynamics, simulation, vehicles, computer systems design, and artificial intelligence seem to have many similarities between the two sports.
With Christian Horner as the team’s general manager, it is Rob Gray, his technical director since the end of 2020, who runs Red Bull Advanced Technologies and oversees all of its current projects.
Partnership between the INEOS Britannia team and the team’s Department of Applied Sciences Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Teamwhich had already started in the latest version (2021), with 30 engineers from applied sciences working on the project then INEOS TEAMUK.
It now combines the best in the world of high-performance cars and marine engineering under the guidance of James Allison, Technical Director of the Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team and INEOS Britannia.
the team Ineos Britannia It has its engineers with the Mercedes-AMG Formula One team based in Brackley in Northamptonshire, UK, which has dominated Formula 1 for years, helping Lewis Hamilton win six of his seven world titles.
Leading the mono design team Ineos Britannia AC75 There is German naval designer Martin Fischer, along with the aforementioned British engineer James Allison, appointed directly by the president and co-owner of the Mercedes team. F1And the toto wolf.
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