Motorsport Engineering Seminar 2017
Motorsport is a highly competitive industry providing feedback on a weekly basis demanding a total commitment from the engineers working in this field. While a lot of information is available on Motorsport Engineering, there is a need to provide engineers coming into the industry with a specific skillset. This 3-day seminar covers the practical knowledge necessary to campaign race cars successfully.
After a successful pilot in Brasil, this seminar will be organized in Europe for the first time in 2017. Although the importance of a sound theoretical basis can’t be underestimated, this is not a purely vehicle dynamics course. The contents of the seminar will provide the participants with practical procedures common or recommendable in today’s motorsport environment.
An added value for this course is the cooperation with Danny Nowlan of Chassissim Technologies. The 3rd day concentrates completely on incorporating lap time simulation in the daily routine of a race engineer. All participants will receive a time limited licence of the Chassissim software with which some excercises will be performed during the seminar.
This course is not only aimed at engineering students pursuing a position in Motorsport engineering, but also current race, data and performance engineers wishing to update their knowledge.
The following subjects will be covered: