Indianapolis - At the annual
held on Memorial Day this year, all four Dreyer & Reinbold Racing
IndyCars, drivers, and teams were supercharged by HP technology in the
race to finish first.
Award-winning workstations and mobile computers were used to design the
cars and will manage everything from the telemetry to the engines of
each team’s car that are racing. In the drivers’ seats of the
HP-powered cars will be Davey Hamilton, one of the most experienced
drivers in this year’s field, female racing sensation Milka Duno,
British rookie favorite Mike Conway, and auto racing legacy John
220 miles per hour, our lives are in the hands of our team and pit
crew. HP technology is the most highly tuned and reliable choice when
there is no margin for error. We count on HP to provide the
stream-lined usability and computing power we need to perform
flawlessly," says Davey Hamilton.
engineering is at its finest on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. With
our IndyCar drivers under heart-thumping pressure at every turn, HP
notebooks, HP TouchSmart computers, and HP Workstations are the choice
of teams who leave nothing to chance," says Jim Zafarana, vice
president and general manager, Workstations, HP.
technology is powering the Dreyer & Reinbold drivers and their
teams at nearly every stage of the race. The pit crews will use HP
notebooks at trackside to monitor every move the cars make and remotely
adjust suspension, telemetry, and engine systems for optimal
performance during every second of the race. Also on the track, the
team will use industry-leading HP TouchSmart touch-enabled computers
and notebooks to quickly and easily log and analyze race times and
scores, then send them to powerful HP servers for further analysis.
printers and high-definition plotter products create detailed drawings
and printouts used for data comparison before, during, and after the
race. The cars on the track were designed on HP Workstations to squeeze
every ounce of horsepower into the cars.