May 10, 2017

Arden International partners with Ohw Studios

A new technical partnership with Ohw Studios provides Arden with incredible simulator technology

Arden International is delighted to announce a new technical partnership with OHW Studios for the 2017 season. OHW Studios provides specialized professional single seater and GT simulators and a worldwide database of race circuits from F1 to MSA. 

Whilst working closely with Arden and their high level racing drivers, the team will provide track feedback, data analysis and also driver development from the simulations.

Ohw Studios has a worldwide database tracks based on Laser Scan and GPS technology, allowing Arden drivers the perfect preparation for race weekend action. Ohw Studios provide Arden with numerous circuitd as used on the FIA F2, GP3, Formula Renault Eurocup and the British F4 championship, with state of the art accuracy in terms of environment and feedback to give the drivers the best experience.

Alongside perfecting the circuits that our drivers will be racing on, Ohw Studios are able to configure the cars to be startlingly close to reality, giving the driver a real impression of car behaviour to prepare them on their light fuel qualifying runs, tyre testing long runs and wet weather running.

Ohw Studios is engaged to a lot of Motorsport teams, allowing them to pass on their huge experience regarding driving training tools by supplying real-time telemetry, new technology tools and advanced physics to really bring simulation to another level.
After supplying Formula One, leading GT3 and LMP teams, it was a natural selection to choose Ohw Studios as the simulator technical partner for Arden Motorsport.

The British F4, Formula Renault, GP3 and FIA F2 drivers have completed extensive programs and testing on the simulators and were very pleased with the results to give them the ideal preparation going into race weekends and improve their overall race weekend performance.

Find out more about the services Ohw Studios have to offer via their website here.

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