Dynisma has signed an agreement with Prema Racing to supply its driving simulator technology to the championship-winning Italian team for its racing operations. The Veneto, Italy-based team works across several motorsports, including karting and all the major junior single-seater categories such as FIA Formula 2, FIA Formula 3, Formula Regional, Formula 4 and F1 Academy, the FIA World Endurance Championship and the IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship.
The team has selected Dynisma Motion Generator (DMG) simulator technology, with low latency and high bandwidth. The technology has been proven in use with various automotive OEMs and motorsport teams, including F1 teams. Any type of chassis, in current production or prototype, can be integrated into the simulator.
Prema Racing will use its bespoke DMG-1 simulator as an engineering tool for vehicle development as well as driver preparation, whilst optimising setup for each of the tracks across all the race series in which it competes. It’s not just about lap times, as the simulator will also be used to accelerate race car development times for the 2024 season.
“Simulation technology is a key aspect of motorsports operations on multiple levels. Our foundation is about training young generations of drivers to help them develop their skills and become true professionals. But simulation has also become pivotal in terms of race car development, both from a set-up standpoint and for a wide range of all-around projects,” said René Rosin, team principal at Prema Racing.