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Mercedes engineer says F1 teams can show more data to fans

In recent years, Formula 1 fans have been getting more and more data during the TV broadcasts. This is provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and the graphics often give more information on tyre wear, car development and predictions of differences in qualifying and the race. According to a Mercedes engineer, teams could show a lot more data to fans to improve the broadcasts. Dom Riefstahl has access to all the team's data channels. Watching a race from the couch on paternity leave, he noted that there is more room for providing data to fans. "There’s still a lot of data that we can provide to the fans and provide to the public, or to the people just doing the commentary and talking...
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