The Monaco Performance Curve

Although Kimi Raikkonen failed to win the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix he did secure pole position with a time of 1 minute 12.178 seconds. This equated to an average speed of 104.4 mph. This is the fastest ever recorded pole setting lap of Monaco, a full 2mph ahead of Daniel Riccardo’s average of 102.4 mph […]

Anyone interested in leadership and management must read this book.

  I’ve just finished reading ‘Total Competition’ by Ross Brawn and Adam Parr. I’ve always been a passionate believer that all organisations can learn a great deal from the competitive world of F1. It’s a goldfish bowl where people, money and technology come together in order to achieve amazing levels of performance – isn’t this […]

The Performance Pyramid

One of the new elements in the third edition of Performance at the Limit is the Performance Pyramid. This distils the critical learnings from our study of Formula 1 into a framework that can be applied to any organisation, team or project. I’ve just put together a short video of the key ideas behind the Pyramid, […]

Learning from Elite Racing

Brad Spurgeon of the New York Times recently wrote a review of the third edition of Performance at the Limit: Business Lessons from Formula 1 Motor Racing. It was called Learning from Elite Racing. You can read it here: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/16/sports/autoracing/learning-from-elite-racing.html