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Immersive simulation technology will help with vehicle development

PREMA Racing will be using high bandwidth, low latency Dynisma Motion Generators (DMG)

Based in Veneto, Italy, PREMA Racing competes in all the major junior single-seater categories as well as a multi-class karting operation to help develop the skills of the next generations of young racing drivers.

The team will use its bespoke DMG-1 simulator as an engineering tool for vehicle development as well as driver preparation, whilst optimising setup for each of the tracks across all series in which it competes. The simulator will also be used to accelerate racing car development for the 2024 season.

René Rosin of the team believes that simulation technology is a key aspect of motorsports operations on multiple levels with the technology having become become pivotal in terms of racing car development, both from a set-up standpoint and for a wide range of all-around projects. “By partnering with Dynisma, we want to make a step forward in all areas, and we identified the DMG-1 simulator as the ideal choice to accomplish our goals,” he says.

Ashley Warne of Dynisma says that the high bandwidth and low latency simulators help with set-up and preparation. The technology will be used to optimise car setups and give drivers more preparation given limited track time in the coming racing seasons.

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