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Video: Data Conversations Over Coffee with Max Metral (Formula 1)

Written by Craig Steward

Video: Data Conversations Over Coffee with Max Metral (Formula 1)

Written by Craig Steward on Jul 10, 2020 6:55:22 AM

Data and Analytics

In this episode we talk to Max Metral about how Formula 1 is still at the relative beginning of their data analytics journey.


Formula 1 turns 70 this year and is widely considered to be the pinnacle of motorsport - the absolute technology summit. But, in data terms the organisation is a 70 year old start-up and is only a few years into their data analytics journey. 

In this episode Max Metral - Senior Analytics Manager - talks about the evolution and how insights are used to measure fan engagement and experience. And these insights inform the future direction of the show. 


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