Lap-Time Simulation with ChassisSim

Learn how to improve race car performance using industry-leading software

Course Description

This course dives into the increasingly crucial role of simulation in Motorsport, a field where the costs and time constraints of track testing are well-known. With many racing categories imposing limits on track usage outside of Race Weekends, teams are turning more than ever to Simulation.

In this course, you’ll gain valuable insights into the effective use of Lap-Time Simulation software, helping you maximize performance potential. Through the use of tools like ChassisSim and MoTeC, you’ll explore key concepts essential for race preparation. This course offers a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical application, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of the pivotal role of Simulation in modern Motorsport.

About this course
  • 44 Lessons
  • Approximate time to complete course: 9 hours

Lap-Time Simulation with ChassisSim

Self-Paced Course
199
95
  • Lifetime Access to course materials
  • Ask questions and get feedback from the instructor
  • Earn an industry-recognised course certificate
  • Learn at your own pace & watch lessons in any order
  • Quizzes and a final assignment included

What You'll Learn

  • Understand the key factors to consider when using Lap-Time Simulation for race planning.
  • Get to grips with the ChassisSim Lap-Time Simulation software, learning how to model cars and create tracks.
  • Develop a solid understanding of how to adjust both Aero Balance and Mechanical Balance in setups, applicable in both simulation and trackside environments.
  • Learn how to use MoTeC Data Analysis software effectively, and apply these skills to other data analysis software packages.

Software Used

This course includes 1000 free simulations in ChassisSim. All remaining simulations upon course completion can be used as you please –  a great way to enhance the performance of a Formula Student car, or any other vehicle.

Motorsport Engineer will provide download & installation instructions to students upon enrolment.

MoTeC will also be used as an outlet for critical data analysis when exploring the simulation data generated by ChassisSim.

Course Modules

ChassisSim Course Images
  • Getting Started with ChassisSim & MoTeC
  • LTS Modelling
  • Setup Rebalancing
  • LTS Correlation
  • Final Assignment

The course also includes tutorials and a practical final assignment using both ChassisSim and MoTec.

This course is for you if...

You are a student or professional with an interest in Vehicle Dynamics or Performance Engineering

You want to learn about the Lap-Time Simulation techniques, methods and tasks

You’re ready to boost your CV and start a career in Vehicle Dynamics or Performance Engineering

Course Reviews

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A great course to learn about lap-time simulation!
Antonio De Sanctis
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Although I have already been a ChassisSim user for a while, understanding how to use it as a setup tool for rebalancing for both mechanical balance and aerodynamic balance has been a great experience. I recommend this course to those getting started with lap-time simulation, and even those looking to sharpen their skills, and learn to use ChassisSim for a wider verity of applications.

Meet your course instructor

Marc Ollé Bernades
F1 Performance Engineer

Marc’s career as a Performance Engineer with Williams Racing Team has been marked by his expertise in developing and optimizing car balance for maximum performance. His role has been a blend of factory support and hands-on involvement at trackside events.

He began his academic journey with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC). Marc further enhanced his qualifications with a Master of Science in Mechanical and Automotive Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology, followed by a Master of Science in Motorsport Engineering from Oxford Brookes University.

Marc embarked on his professional path in 2011 in the automotive sector, contributing to companies like Volvo, IDIADA, and McLaren Automotive. His transition to Motorsport brought him a wealth of experience. He has served as a Race and Vehicle Dynamics Engineer for a GT4 team, a Vehicle Dynamics and Simulation Engineer with Mahindra Racing in Formula E, and as a Performance Engineer for Williams Racing, showcasing his versatile engineering skills across various facets of the industry.

Marc has worked with

Lap-Time Simulation with ChassisSim
Self-Paced Course

€199.95

Access Duration: Lifetime     ⓘ

Duration for which video lessons, downloadables, quizzes and assignments will be made available from the time of enrolment.

Mode of Delivery: Online     ⓘ

Lessons are managed by experienced course leaders leveraging online means.

E-mail support     ⓘ

We provide support throughout the duration of the course.

Certification     ⓘ

A certificate will be awarded upon course completion so you can share your achievement with your network.

Interact with instructor     ⓘ

Network with motorsport engineering professionals and receive the advice you are looking for.

Assignments and quizzes     ⓘ

Impress your course leaders by excelling at the challenges they present to you.

Watch lessons in any order     ⓘ

Start from the beginning or the end - you choose!

Assignment feedback     ⓘ

Receive feedback from our course leaders so you can understand areas of improvement.

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FAQ

Every course page has a section called “This course is for you if…”, detailing who the course is designed for. If you are unsure about a specific course, please get in touch with us at info@motorsportengineer.net and we will be happy to provide further guidance.

Required software is included upon course acquisition unless otherwise specified. Where needed, we provide installation instructions.

Every course page has a section describing the syllabus. Furthermore, the detailed curriculum is also publicly available. 

Yes! A personalised certificate with your name and the course you completed will be provided once you successfully finish the course. This certificate is a great way to show what you have learnt from industry experts and allows you to differentiate yourself from other engineers or applicants in the sector.

Our courses can be accessed, depending on the price plan acquired, going from 2 months to lifetime access . This guarantees flexibility to the needs of every student. 

If you are a group of students interested in one or more courses please contact us at info@motorsportengineer.net.

Networking is key for finding your way into any industry, and motorsport is no different. For this reason, we think that having the possibility to interact directly with instructors is vital. We have created a number of tools that will allow you to speak directly with our instructors during the course through our platform.

Keep in mind that asking interesting questions will help you stand out!

Job hunting can be a stressful process filled with uncertainty. To help with this, we offer a CV review package based on our years of experience applying for and working in Formula 1 and motorsport and our experience in recruiting the best talent for some of the top brands in the industry.

If you are interested in this private service offered on a case-by-case basis, please send us an email to info@motorsportengineer.net mentioning our CV review service and we will get back to you with all the information.

This is one of the most common questions we receive in our inbox.

There is no answer that applies to every single person, but here are some general tips to achieve your goal:

1. Complete the Introductory Course available for free on our platform. It will give you an overview of the motorsport industry.
2. Read our blog article “5 things every aspiring Formula 1 engineer should know“.
3. Browse our Motorsport Academy for any course that catches your attention on the topic that you want to specialise in.
4. Feel free to contact us at info@motorsportengineer.net should you require further assistance.

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