Braking performance first of six new F1 Insights Launches AWS graphics to be introduced in 2021

Formula 1 and AWS have announced a series of six new F1 Insights Launches AWS graphics that will debut during the 2021 F1 season, designed to give fans an even better insight into the action taking place on the track.

The first of the six will be a graphic image of the brakes, which will appear on screens at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix this weekend.

While F1 fans are accustomed to watching previous braking graphs that show when drivers apply the brakes and how much pressure they exert, the new AWS Insight will take fans even deeper into the black art of braking performance in Formula 1, showing brake positions for each driver. in the anchor, which brakes the drivers the most, the difference in speed reduction between different drivers and the maximum g-force generated.

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Fans will be able to compare the braking performance of different drivers

Meanwhile, following the arrival of the Brake Introduction, an additional five graphics will be posted during 2021, making a total of 18 F1 Insights Powered by AWS graphics that F1 fans will be able to enjoy until the end of this year.

These five additional graphics that should be presented in 2021 are:

Car operation

Debut at the Canadian Grand Prix June 11-13, Car operation the graph will show fans as F1 drivers push their cars to extremes in areas such as tire traction, braking, acceleration and maneuvering, comparing current car performance in real time with theoretical performance limits and calculating relative gain or loss time per lap.

Energy use

It should appear on the screens of the Great Britain Award from July 16 to 18 Energy use the graphics will provide insight into how the car’s powertrains use energy during the race, including when teams release extra electricity to allow their driver to try to overtake an opponent, as well as how much battery power remains at all times.

Start the analysis

Debut at the Italian Grand Prix in Monza from September 10 to 12, Start the analysis will show which drivers had the best reaction when the five lights went out and the races started.

Pitlane Performance

Arriving on time for the Grand Prix of Japan from October 8 to 10, Pitlane Performance the graph will analyze team stops, highlighting the total lost or gained time pitlanea how efficiently the team and driver work.


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Pitlane Performance Insight will analyze how much time a driver gains or loses at the pit rate

Undercut threat

Debut at the Australian Grand Prix from 19 to 21 November, Undercut threat The graph will help fans predict which cars are at risk of catching up as a result of “trimming” – when a driver rides earlier than a rival in front of him, before trying to use extra speed from his fresh tire to drive ahead of an opponent after a fight . The Undercut Threat chart shows the distances between cars, as well as the average stop loss time and tire performance to identify cars that are threatened with undercutting.

Speaking about the new graphics, F1 Data System Director Rob Smedley said: “F1 Insights Powered by AWS gives fans an insider’s view of how the car, driver and team work together so they can better appreciate the action on the track.

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“With this new set of racing statistics for 2021, we are going deeper than ever before. New insights such as braking performance and excessive threat remove additional layers of racing strategies and performance and use advanced visualizations to make racing even more understandable and exciting. Racing car technology is constantly improving, and thanks to AWS, our fans can appreciate how that technology affects race outcomes. “

Keep your eyes open during Emilia Romagna’s 2021 Grand Prix weekend, while Braight Performance Insight makes its bow.

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