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NetApp and Aston Martin Aramco Formula One Team have renewed their ongoing partnership ahead of the 2024 FIA Formula One World Championship.

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Today, the Aston Martin Aramco Formula One Team announced the renewal of its partnership with NetApp, the intelligent data infrastructure company, ahead of the 2024 FIA Formula One World Championship.

Alongside the partnership extension, NetApp becomes the British team’s Global Data Infrastructure Partner. Data drives everything in Formula One, and NetApp has been pivotal on the journey with Aston Martin Aramco from the beginning, joining forces in 2021 as the team returned to the sport following a 60-year absence.

The partnership has brought stability, reliability and performance to the team’s trackside operations and at the new AMR Technology Campus at Silverstone.

Aston Martin Aramco will work closely with NetApp to harness its intelligent infrastructure solutions to optimise its data, ensuring it’s stored securely, cost-effectively, and accessible for analysis to drive performance on and off track.

Clare Lansley, CIO of Aston Martin Aramco Formula One Team, said:

We are delighted to renew our partnership with NetApp as we enter our fourth season together since returning to Formula One in 2021. NetApp has been with us all the way on this journey together and is fundamental to our trackside operations and at our Headquarters at the AMRTC in Silverstone. We use data to improve our performance and go faster, and NetApp’s work with the team is vital to this success.

Gabie Boko, Chief Marketing Officer, NetApp said:

NetApp and Aston Martin Aramco are such good partners because we share an understanding of the importance of data and an ambition to push the limits of performance. Our intelligent data infrastructure provides the team with high-performance data storage that they can access from anywhere to make strategic race and engineering decisions both on and off the track.

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