Customer Story: 3Dconnexion x Joe Gibbs Racing:  Passion meets precision


Excitement, camaraderie, and variety are just three of the many reasons why millions of fans tune in to NASCAR. From the Daytona 500 to the Clash at the Coliseum, each race offers a unique and mesmerizing experience for the fans. But behind the scenes it takes ongoing preparation to get a stock car ready for race day.

Indeed, NASCAR’s evolution over the past several decades has been defined by a drive for technological improvement. Competitive advantage can no longer be achieved by simply tweaking an engine; therefore, in the search for enhanced aerodynamics, CAD and simulation software such as Siemens NX play a central role in NASCAR engineering.

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