BWT Racing Point Formula One partners with Adaptavist for software performance
About BWT Racing Point Formula One
Based at the world-renowned Silverstone Circuit in the UK, Racing Point once again punched well above their weight in the Formula One World Championship in 2020.
Having earned several strong qualifying and race results, including 1st and 3rd place finishes at the Sakhir Grand Prix in Bahrain, the hundreds-strong organisation can be immensely proud of their accomplishments heading into 2021 as the new Aston Martin Formula 1 Team.
A partnership of shared values
Adaptavist has been a proud Technical Partner of Racing Point Formula One for many years, going back to their previous incarnation as Force India.
Though the pace of change in F1 is dizzying, the shared commitment to performance and delivering results above and beyond expectation have bound Adaptavist and Racing Point, and kept the partnership strong.
Agile development exemplified
Agile software development is about delivering a viable product as quickly as possible, testing it in the real world, iterating for improvement, and repeating the process.
By continuously changing and testing their cars every working day between races, Racing Point lives agile to the fullest.
Simply put, an iteration that improves performance is kept, and one that does not is cut.
There are few organisations in the world who employ agile methodology more rigorously than Racing Point and their F1 competitors.
A high performance Atlassian toolset
Adaptavist provides an integrated platform of Atlassian Jira, Confluence, and BitBucket software tools extended with ScriptRunner and other apps, and delivers technical and professional services to support it.
This gives Racing Point what they need to be able to rapidly iterate the software that runs their race cars.
The uncompromising standards of performance and stability for the platform work to meet the demand of the bleeding edge of motorsport innovation.