Aston Martin’s Strategy to Improve Performance in Formula 1
In recent months, Aston Martin has been implementing a strategy to enhance the performance of its Formula 1 team. The team has focused on reverse engineering components intended for next year’s car and incorporating them into the current AMR23. One specific area of focus has been the floor.
However, despite these efforts, the team has witnessed a decline in results. Aston Martin, which initially showed promise by scoring podium finishes in six out of the first eight races, struggled during the recent United States and Mexican Grands Prix weekends. As a result, the team made the decision to split drivers Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll.
Aston Martin acknowledges that it may have made an error by publicly discussing its experimental strategies before achieving desired results. The team now realizes that a more discreet approach would have been more prudent.
The ongoing experimentation within Aston Martin’s technical department demonstrates the team’s commitment to continuous improvement. By working to optimize their current car and gather valuable data for future developments, the team hopes to regain its competitive edge.