Ferrari's high-tech tune-up

Driving a race car takes more than good hand-eye coordination and the stomach for G-forces. It also takes a truckload of high-tech gear.

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Driving a race car takes more than good hand-eye coordination and the stomach for G-forces. It also takes a truckload of high-tech gear. Dieter Gundel, head of racetrack electronics at Ferrari, explains the vital role that IT systems play in car development, preparation and race-day action -- and why he thinks wireless security is not yet secure enough.

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