Switch, an independent leader in exascale data centre ecosystems, edge data centre designs, industry-leading telecommunications solutions, and next-generation technology innovation, has announced a multi-year partnership with the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
The multi-year deal will see the technology infrastructure firm work with the Las Vegas Grand Prix to work towards achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2030. Switch will be serving as an Event Partner of the Las Vegas Grand Prix, which will be making its debut in November 2023.
Pilar Harris, Senior Director of CSR and Government Relations for the FORMULA 1 HEINEKEN SILVER LAS VEGAS GRAND PRIX, commented:
“Formula 1 has made it its mission to work towards becoming a net zero global sport, and, as the newest race on the F1 calendar, we wanted to ensure that we were doing our part to support that initiative. By collaborating with a local industry leader, like Switch, we can find ways to establish environmentally conscious practices and operate this event for the ultimate good of the Las Vegas community.“
Thomas Morton, President of Switch, said:
“Switch is excited to be an event partner to support the FORMULA 1 HEINEKEN SILVER LAS VEGAS GRAND PRIX. By achieving 100% renewable power since 2016, leading innovations in reducing the impacts of water use and using renewable diesel, Switch is consistently recognised as a global leader in its efforts to enhance sustainability for the customers and communities it serves.“