Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited also known as Williams Racing who was seen in Formula One recently announced their partnership deal with the simulation specialist Julia Computing.
Julia Computing was featured on the cars of Williams Racing ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix that was held on Sunday, the deal will enhance the simulation specialist’s global outreach. A partnership deal with one of the biggest Formula One teams in the world will surely help Julia Computing’s expansion and reputation even further.
The commercial director at Williams Racing, James Bower said, “We are delighted to welcome Julia Computing to Williams as a partner of Dorilton Ventures, investing in companies building best-in-class cloud technology is a strategic focus for Dorilton and Julia’s versatile platform, with revolutionary capabilities in simulation and modelling, is hugely relevant to our business. We look forward to embedding Julia Computing in the world’s most technologically advanced sport and are excited to be involved in their future successes.”
The Hungarian Grand Prix was a roller coaster ride for everyone as George Russell who drove for Williams Racing finished in ninth place. Russell secured the first-ever points for Williams in the Hungarian Grand Prix.
The race saw Alpine finish first and grabbing their first-ever Formula One win defeating big names like Sebastian Vettel.
The Julia Computing brand was primarily sponsored on the FW34B cars of Williams Racing both of which were driven by George Russell and Nicholas Latifi in the Hungarian Grand Prix.
The team finishing in ninth place is a huge achievement for them and this, in turn, will benefit Julia Computing’s brand.