Racing great Mark Donohue called it “the unfair advantage”. Rally racers in the UK call it “demon tweaks”. In NASCAR, it’s “getting the call”. Whatever you call it, finding little secrets to make your car go just a teeny bit faster than everyone else is what wins championships and sets records.
Imagine the edge given a drag racer who can tweak fuel flow right before a race. Texan Trevor Stripling discovered he could use InduSoft Web Studio to monitor and tune his car in real-time as he roars down the track. Competing drivers record data to prep their cars for the next race. Stripling used this edge to set a world record.