Formula E inks new deal with Google Cloud

Formula E announces Google Cloud deal

March 19, 2024

Formula E has inked a partnership agreement with Google’s cloud computing arm, Google Cloud.

The multi-year partnership will see Formula E use Google Cloud tech “ranging from scalable cloud infrastructure to data and analytics, to generative artificial intelligence (gen AI) tools in the GENBETA Race Car Development Programme to accelerate the growth of the world’s first all-electric motorsport”.

Jeff Dodds, CEO, Formula E, commented:

Our multi-year technology partnership with Google Cloud is clear evidence of the scale of our ambition in establishing Formula E as the world’s most innovative, exciting, and fastest-accelerating sport. We began our collaboration by setting a world record and are hugely ambitious about what’s next.

Henry Chilcott, Chief Marketing Officer, Formula E, said:

Alongside the pioneering work to harness the power of gen AI to drive performance in our GENBETA programme, the next stage of this partnership will help us unleash a powerful new phase of fanbase growth by putting the full force of Google Cloud technologies behind our marketing efforts.

Laurence Lafont, Vice President Strategic Industries EMEA Google Cloud, said:

Google Cloud is excited to partner with Formula E to bring the cutting edge of cloud technologies to the thrilling world of electric racing. Together, we’ll accelerate innovation on- and off-track, and build the future of sustainable motorsport.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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