Pat Warner

Alpine F1

Advanced Digital Manufacturing Manager
Future Fabrication //
Digital MFG Panel


After a 7-year Spell in Cryogenics, Pat Warner started a career in Formula One in 1988 as the Benetton team’s first CNC machinist.

He became fascinated by additive manufacturing and was one of the early adopters of this technology in Formula One when the team acquired its first Stereolithography machine in 1998. Since then, the department and the applications have expanded rapidly from function fit prototypes to include on vehicle applications, production tooling, casting patterns and wind tunnel models.

In addition to his role as Advanced Digital Manufacturing Manager at Alpine F1 Team, Pat is also a member of the TCT expert advisory board and a recipient of a Dino award from the Additive Manufacturing Users Group.