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A Chat with Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team’s Trackside Aerodynamicist, Kim Stevens

Kim Stevens is the trackside aerodynamicist for Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team, responsible for collecting and measuring the effectiveness of the latest aero upgrades and improvements at each race weekend.  With 850 team members at the team’s UK headquarters in … Continue reading

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A talk with Andrew Frankl at Stanford University

Last month, F1 author and journalist Andrew Frankl spoke to a full house at Stanford University’s Engineering school in front of faculty, students and F1 fans alike about his career in the sport with anecdotes from his travels and thoughts … Continue reading

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American F1 Sponsorship: An Interview with SunCore Solar

This year’s race at Circuit of The Americas will be a landmark event in the history of F1, and while the venue and fans will help form a new home for the sport, a significant part of what will ultimately … Continue reading

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