Co-engineering The Future of Mobility: DuPont and Alpine F1 Team

The future of mobility begins now. Through our technical partnership with Alpine F1 Team, we will be working side-by-side to anticipate and engineer technology to produce safer, more sustainable, better-performing cars from track to road.

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Introducing the DuPont and Alpine F1 Team technical partnership. Developing the most innovative solutions in the most challenging environment – the Formula One track. Together we are co-engineering the future of mobility.

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Formula 1: Balancing Performance and Sustainability

Formula One (F1) cars are typically synonymous with the roar of engines in vehicles designed for one thing: speed. But in fact, more is being done in F1 to improve sustainability than you may imagine.

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Michael Coates writes about Formula One’s ability to act as the perfect testbed for DuPont’s automotive engineering with immediate challenges that demand real-time solutions.

Materials Development in F1
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DuPont speaks with Lawrence Butcher on bringing the latest material developments to F1 – including the Nomex honeycomb and its application in not only Formula One vehicles but also the aerospace industry.