Formula 1 (F1), which has the world’s fastest regulated racing cars, needed to redesign its cars to enable closer racing action. To solve the problem, F1 moved its on-premises computational fluid dynamics (CFD) technology platform to AWS, using Amazon EC2 C5n instances and AWS Graviton2-based C6g instances to run simulations that visualize wake turbulence. F1 has cut CFD simulation time by 80 percent and reduced downforce loss in wheel-to-wheel racing from 50 percent to 15 percent. Now, cars can drive closer to each other and overtake more easily, making races more exciting.
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