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CUPRA Ducati Story - The digital brain of a champion


"The importance of electronics and how to gather data to improve the results of these vehicles in racing teams. The control modules of the CUPRA TCR and the Ducati Desmosedici GP process a vast amount of data on the operation of the engine, speed or the temperature of the tyres. Both vehicles are equipped with dozens of sensors that collect information in real time."

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