Formula E, which debuted in 2014, is the world’s first electric car racing series. The races aren’t just a race to see who can be the quickest on the track; teams and drivers must also manage battery energy consumption. This is where strategy comes into play; drivers must understand when to push and when to store energy. After all, being the fastest person on the track is pointless if you don’t have enough power to complete the race.
The overview of the fastest, lightest, and most powerful electric race car, the Gen3, will be witnessed by fans at the historic Indian debut in Hyderabad.
Most races are held on temporary street paths around the world in order to bring racing to city centres. The Hyderabad E-Prix will be conducted on a street circuit alongside the Hussain Sagar Lake, in keeping with Formula E’s goal of bringing racing to city centres. The 2.835 km long circuit also passes through Lumbini Park and has 18 turns.
Organizers of this highly anticipated race have also secured numerous sponsorship deals ahead of the event. Let’s take a look at the list of sponsors for the important racing event based in Hyderabad:
For the marquee event, the organisers have landed a sponsorship deal with the dispatchable renewables company, Greenko. In this association, the brand has been labelled as the title sponsor.
In this category, the number one radio station in Hyderabad, Red FM Telugu has been named as the radio partner.
Official Banking Partner:
The organisers have also partnered with the Indian multi-national public sector bank, the State Bank of India (SBI) for the event. The bank will act as the official banking partner for the three-day event.
Official Race Partners:
GMR Group and Olectra Greentech have also been roped in by the race in Hyderabad as the official associate partners.
Official Medical Partner:
In one of the most latest developments, Apollo Hospitals, the Indian multinational healthcare group based in Chennai, has been named the official medical partner.