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Posted on November 2, 2012
A team of teenagers from Adelaide has won the 2012 F1 in Schools title, after three days of intense competition in Abu Dhabi. The team of five 16 and 17... More...
F1 in Schools
Posted on October 26, 2012
If you watch free practice sessions on Fridays at Grands Prix, you could be forgiven for thinking that there are a lot of onboard cameras on the cars. And you’d... More...
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Posted on October 15, 2012
On the same day that Red Bull’s daredevil Felix Baumgartner went faster than the speed of sound in a free-fall parachuting stunt, most of Sebastian Vettel’s rivals must have felt... More...
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F1 broadcast progression
F1 broadcast progression
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Behind the scenes look at how Formula 1 TV now operates team radio and other functions remotely
Tata's F1 connectivity wins major industry award
Tata's F1 connectivity wins major industry award
What can businesses learn from F1
What can businesses learn from F1
F1 broadcast: The Next generation
F1 broadcast: The Next generation
From car to factory in 0.25 seconds
How one F1 team moves its data three times faster than before
Innovation in F1 broadcast technology
Innovation in F1 broadcast technology
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The Singapore Grand Prix saw a significant development in the broadcast of Formula 1 with Formula 1 Management trialling a Proof of Concept for delivering video content to broadcasters. FOM’s... More...
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