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Motorsport’s senior figures meet to discuss the future of the sport

27 November 2019

Motorsports leading senior figures, including F1’s Pat Symonds, Jason Somerville, Formula E’s Lucas di Grassi and ACO’s Vincent Beaumesnil among many more will be meeting next week at the World Motorsport Symposium to discuss the future of Motorsport, F1, Aerodynamics, robot cars and much much more.

This exclusive line up at this year’s World Motorsport Symposium is unmissable, with F1’s Chief Technical Officer, Pat Symonds revealing more exclusive news about F1’s sustainability programme. ACO’s Sports Director, Vincent Beaumesnil talks about the future of motorsport, while Formula E Champion, Chairman, Roborace and Environmental Ambassador to the UN, Lucas di Grassi, will examine how motorsport can stay relevant. An expert panel will then delve into the 2021 F1 Aerodynamic Regulations, presented by F1’s Head of Aerodynamics, Jason Somerville.

The event will take place on Tuesday, 3rd December and Wednesday 4th December at the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) in London. Do you want to know more about the 2021 F1 Aerodynamic Regulations? Then don’t miss F1’s Head of Aerodynamics, Jason Somerville explain all, along with a panel session including: F1’s Chief Technical Officer, Pat Symonds, Bryn Balcombe, Chief Strategy Officer at Roborace, David Floury, Technical Director at ORECA, Dialma Zinelli, Head of Aerodynamics at Dallara, Steve Sapsford, Managing Director from SCE  and Willem Toet, Professor, Aerodynamics Specialist & Senior Sales Manager, Sauber Aerodynamik.

ACO’s Sports Director, Vincent Beaumesnil will talk about the future direction of motorsport, along with Andy Cowell, Managing Director at Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains, Stefan Dreyer, Head of Powertrain Motorsport at Audi AG, Lucas Di Grassi, Formula E driver & CEO of Roborace, Thomas Kraemer, Director Motorsport Quality Manager at Porsche Motorsport and Matthias Dank, Global Business Segment Manager Racing at AVL.

Don’t miss F1’s Technical Director, Pay Symonds’ presentation about the F1 sustainability programme. It will be followed by a panel session including Nicolas Aubourg, Head of Performance & Simulation at FIA, Andy Cowell, Managing Director at Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains, Stefan Dreyer, Head of Powertrain Motorsport at Audi AG, Lucas Di Grassi, Formula E driver & Chairman at Roborace, Jean Cadu, Downstream Strategy at Fuels, Shell and Jason Somerville, Head of Aerodynamics at F1.

Speakers & Programme at the World Motorsport Symposium

To find out more about the World Motorsport Symposium and book tickets click here 

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