Project Pitlane

  • ‘Project Pitlane’ is a collective of UK-based Formula 1 teams and their respective technology arms coordinating a response to the UK government’s call for assistance with the manufacture of medical devices. It will pool the resources and capabilities of its member teams, focusing on the core skills of the F1 industry: rapid design, prototype manufacture, test and skilled assembly. F1’s ability to respond rapidly to engineering and technological challenges allows the group to add value to the wider engineering industry’s response.

  • M231632
    The newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231628
    A volunteer ‘patient’ with the newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M240014
    Andy Cowell, Managing Director at Mercedes-AMG HPP, at a test station for the UCL Ventura CPAP device. Photographer: Jude Palmer / Royal Academy of Engineering
    Mercedes-AMG HPP honoured by Royal Academy of Engineering
  • M231625
    A volunteer ‘patient’ with the newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231630
    The newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231653
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • M231639
    A newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL.
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231662
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • M231665
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • M231633
    The newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231635
    Professor Rebecca Shipley (UCL Mechanical Engineering) and Professor Mervyn Singer (UCL Medicine), who helped develop the device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231641
    A newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL.
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231642
    A newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL.
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231636
    Professor Rebecca Shipley (UCL Mechanical Engineering) and Professor Mervyn Singer (UCL Medicine), who helped develop the device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231638
    A newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL.
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231660
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • M231661
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • M231640
    A newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL.
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231654
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • M231657
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • M231658
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • M231659
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • M231626
    A volunteer ‘patient’ with the newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231629
    A volunteer ‘patient’ with the newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231631
    The newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231634
    The newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231667
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • M231627
    A volunteer ‘patient’ with the newly developed CPAP device. Photographer: James Tye / UCL
    Project Pitlane - CPAP imagery from UCL
  • M231655
    CPAP Production imagery from Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains in Brixworth, UK.
    Project Pitlane CPAP Production Imagery
  • M240013
    Ben Hodgkinson, Head of Mechanical Engineering at Mercedes-AMG HPP, with technical drawings of the UCL Ventura CPAP device. Photographer: Jude Palmer / Royal Academy of Engineering
    Mercedes-AMG HPP honoured by Royal Academy of Engineering
  • M240012
    Pierre Godof – Chief Engineer, Formula E at Mercedes-AMG HPP, with the UCL Ventura CPAP device and a test mannequin. Photographer: Jude Palmer / Royal Academy of Engineering
    Mercedes-AMG HPP honoured by Royal Academy of Engineering
Selected media objects:
0
Please use the checkboxes to select media.
There are much more elements available. show?
Loading