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February 29, 2024, Pittsburgh, PA /PRNewswire/ — In order to continue being the world’s most competitive Formula 1 (F1) team, Oracle Red Bull Racing and Ansys (NASDAQ: ANSS) have extended their collaboration for a further three years. Throughout the 2024 season and beyond, Oracle Red Bull Racing will keep utilizing Ansys technology to enhance aerodynamics, manage material data, and guarantee the structural safety of its vehicles.

Max Verstappen of Oracle Red Bull Racing made history in 2023 by winning 21 of 23 races and leading 1003 laps thanks to Ansys simulation tools. With a commanding 413-point lead, he won the Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championships, propelling Oracle Red Bull Racing to its most successful season to date.

Limits on cost and time constraints for wind tunnel testing presented Oracle Red Bull Racing with additional difficulties as it got ready for the 2024 campaign. The team was given 4200 hours of testing, which is 300 hours less than the second-place team, because they won the championship the previous year. These hours will be used for car upgrades throughout the season or to develop the car for the following year. Oracle Red Bull Racing depends on Ansys FluentTM’s speed and prediction accuracy to maximize testing and produce the ideal downforce and car aerodynamics—two crucial factors for challenging corners on courses like Monaco, which it won in 2022 and 2023.

The endurance of Oracle Red Bull Racing will also be put to the test in 2024, when Formula 1 is expected to have its longest season.

Oracle Red Bull Racing had further challenges in preparation for the 2024 campaign due to wind tunnel testing budget and schedule limitations. The team that won the title the year before received 4200 testing hours, which is 300 fewer hours than the team that placed second. During the season, these hours will be spent to improve the car or work on the next year’s model. In order to optimize testing and generate the optimal downforce and car aerodynamics—two essential components for demanding bends on courses like Monaco, which it won in 2022 and 2023—Oracle Red Bull Racing depends on Ansys FluentTM’s speed and prediction accuracy.

Additionally, Oracle Red Bull Racing’s stamina will be tested in

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