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  • Auto Racing Case Study

    Case Study 14 Abraham Moumneh California Southern University MGT 86500: Business Organization and Management Date 12/07/2017 Dr. Donna DiMatteo-Gibson Auto Racing Case Study In the present day of competitive auto racing, the drivers have become the stars of the sporting event. However, behind the driver's success, two groups exist, formal and informal that enables smooth running of the racing cars, Formula one, and NASCAR. The case study looks at how the auto racing team is involved in ensuring the success of the auto racing drivers without much recognition. A racing team always possesses both traits of the formal and informal group. The formal group has the primary objective of ensuring that the whole group forms a formidable force that functions optimally as one to ensure they win the race. The formal groups comprise of sets of individuals each with specific role to ensure effective and efficient team operation. The various forms of professional auto racing such as car racing, Formula One , and NASCAR uses a different formal group of teamwork structures, but teamwork is the common denominator (McKay, 2012). Each has specific role to play in operation and direction of the car when racing. An excellent formal team knows teamwork will always raise the chances of success. The formal group comprises of the drivers, mechanics, fabricators, and aerodynamic experts. The informal group in the racing team has an informal relationship with the formal group that…

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  • Analysis: Who Is The Best F1 Pilot Ever

    He took 30000 euros from the bank to start his career in Formula two, when he told that to his family his family unapproved him and they never more had contact so he needed to keep his career alone. He soon was promoted to F1. From 1974 to 1977 he was in the race team Ferrari, he gives his team a second place in his first race at the Argentine grand prix, but he didnt won that championship but fortunately 1975 championship he won for first time his first world championship in Formula 1, but that…

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  • The Rapid Decline Of Formula 1: A Sport

    sport, historically, Formula 1 has always been one of decadence and like its most famous circuit, the Circuit de Monaco, a thing of extravagance. Something that’s always held an almost elitist of fascinations. It is a proud sport, a rich sport but it is also in a patch of rapid, meteorical decline. It is more than just surprising that in a day and age where technological advancement are the cornerstone of what drives a population that a sport which functions on the cutting edge of technology,…

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  • Michael Porter's Five Forces Analysis Of Ferrari

    Ferrari is an international auto mobile company based in Italy, Maranello the place where the founder Enzo Ferrari was raised and started the production of these luxurious cars. It has been established in the late 1940s, that very same year Enzo Ferrari drove the very first model of a Ferrari car, 125 S out onto the roads. That very same year Ferrari also took part in Formula 1 racing, with their very own car instead of the Alfa Romeo that they used to race with, and has ever since conquered…

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  • Marketing Strategy Of Scuderia Ferrari

    Introduction Ferrari is a well-known manufacturer of Italian sports car based in Maranello, Italy. It was originally named Scuderia Ferrari and was founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1929 (Ferrari, 2014). Ferrari has enjoyed incomparable successes and has been acclaimed for its unceasing contributions in the Formula One racing history. The black prancing horse symbol on the Ferrari logo came from a well-respected World War I pilot named Francesco Baracca who had painted this symbol on his fighter…

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  • American Racing League Case Study

    Question 1 Indy Racing League IRL, an open wheel racing automobile racing series formed due to the split between Indy Car and CART, a sanctioning body of open wheel auto racing. The split was due to many conflicts between both the bodies out of which the main conflict is widely believed to be the Indian Polis 500, the most popular racing event owned by Tony George of Indy Racing League. CART allotted some points to drivers taking part in the Indian Polis 500 despite the event being the most…

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  • Informative Essay On Nascar

    realizing answers lied outside the scope of traditional racing wisdom, NASCAR was able to obtain and implement solutions that save the lives of racecar drivers today. Despite the actions of the sanctioning body clearly demonstrating their commitment to make racing as safe as possible, some still doubted their effectiveness. A common claim is the phenomenon known as the Peltzman Effect. This is the tendency for people to react to safety regulation by increasing other risky behavior and possibly…

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  • Motogp Case Study

    collaboration FASTrack Autosports Pte. Ltd. And UEM Land, it provides greater prospect for the nation to experience specialties from formal school and the racing track. Although it seem good opportunities ahead, there are still a some issues to be tackled both of government and private sectors in order to raise the level of the sports. Motorsport simply occupy niche area in Malaysia instead being an independent industry ( Syarizal Abdul Rahim & Norailis Ab. Wahab, 2013) . 3. National…

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  • Analysis Of Nico Rosberg's Car At Monaco

    Introduction Nico Rosberg was the winner of the 2014 Grand Prix de Monaco, with an impressive time of 1:49:27:661. However, so as to continue winning on the race track, Rosberg and his team wanted to improve the performance of the vehicle on the track. To do so, Rosberg and his team must anylyse his performance and that of his vehicle at Monaco in 2014 to determine where improvements must be made. Using mathematical modeling, it is possible to tell where Rosberg and the vehicle performed at his…

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  • Dale Earnhardt: Race Car Driver

    drive dirt track race cars. This early exposure to racing helped Dale to make the decision to become a race car driver. He ran his first Nascar race on May 25th, 1975 in the World 600 in Charlotte N.C. From that moment until his death on February 18, 2001 he amassed 76 wins, 7 Championships, ran 676 races and drove over 202,000 laps in the Nascar Sprint Cup series. Also Dale was inducted into the Nascar Hall of fame in the first year of the halls existence. The moniker he earned during those…

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