Fast: MotoCzysz meets Bunkspeed

Nick Schoeps, senior engineer at MotoCzysz let us in to some secrets during his presentation at Nvidia’s GTC conference last week.

The Portland, Ore., firm’s latest goal is to create a hyper-aerodynamic bike capable of setting a new land speed record. Constant improvements and refinements of every aspect of the motorcycle will get them there.

MotoCzysz in Bunkspeed

This builds upon a history of winning some of the most prestigious races for electric-drive and conventional motorcycles three years in a row.

So what helps MotoCzysz maintain their lead?

The Quadro GPU lets MotoCzysz use SolidWorks to see every detail of a bike, without lag, and tweak the design as needed. Meanwhile, the Tesla GPU processes ray-tracing from Bunkspeed Pro and performs all the rendering and simulations in the background.

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Daniel Simon races ahead with Bunkspeed

When “fast” follows every job request that comes through your door, it’s only appropriate that the tools you use can keep up. That’s why Daniel Simon chooses Bunkspeed to help deliver on point imagery every time.

Check out this example revealed today for Lotus’s LMP2 World Endurance Championship programme. Now officially with a livery by Designer Daniel Simon, celebrating the Black and Gold theme of magical motor racing eras, Lotus looks to make quite the statement during this years Le Mans circuit.

Daniel Simon Livery Lotus Le Mans LMP 2

Daniel Simon Livery Lotus Le Mans LMP 2

You can find more about Daniel Simon here, and more about Lotus’s plans here.

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