Oracle Red Bull Racing signs renewal with long-term partner Ansys

The association between Oracle Red Bull Racing and Ansys initially commenced in 2005.

Oracle Red Bull Racing, the Formula 1 racing team, has announced a three-year extension of its partnership with Ansys, a leading provider of engineering simulation software.

This renewal strengthens a long-standing collaboration that began in 2005 and has played a key role in Red Bull Racing’s achievements.

The Milton Keynes outfit will continue to leverage Ansys’ cutting-edge technology to optimize car design in crucial areas like aerodynamics, material management, and structural integrity. This will be instrumental in maintaining its competitive edge as the F1 team chases further success in the 2024 F1 season and beyond.

Ansys’ simulation solutions were a significant factor in the reigning champions’ dominant 2023 season, which saw Max Verstappen secure a record-breaking 1003 laps led across the season. The renewed partnership will be crucial as the team navigates tighter simulation windows in the upcoming season.

Craig Skinner, Chief Designer of Red Bull Racing, stated, “Ansys simulation software helped Oracle Red Bull Racing quickly adapt to the new F1 design guidelines last year and positioned us to maintain our technical leadership in a dramatically altered engineering landscape. To stay ahead of the curve, we need tools that adapt to changing regulations. Ansys is flexible and keeps pace with industry needs, and we are looking forward to continuing our partnership and utilizing enhanced offerings like Ansys Granta MI AI+™, which will boost our material insights and help us develop the fastest and most reliable cars possible.”

Ansys, a Pennsylvania-based multinational, is a key player in engineering innovation. Its cutting-edge CAE/multiphysics simulation software empowers engineers around the globe to design, test, and optimize products across various industries. From concept to operation, Ansys’ technology helps bring ideas to life without the need for physical prototypes or extensive physical testing.

The six-time constructors’ champion will begin its title defence with the Bahrain Grand Prix, which is kicking off tonight. Recently, the F1 champions also signed a renewal with the fitness brand, Built For Athletes.

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