F1’s Williams Racing inks deal with Julia Computing

Simulation specialist backed by motorsport outfit’s parent company, Dorilton.

F1’s Williams Racing inks deal with Julia Computing

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  • Partnership to run for this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix
  • Julia Computing branding to feature on FW43B car

Formula One team Williams Racing have announced a new partnership with simulation specialist Julia Computing.

The cloud-based platform is backed by Dorilton Ventures, an arm of Williams Racing's parent company Dorilton.

As part of the deal, Julia Computing's branding will feature on the Williams FW43B car of drivers George Russell and Nicholas Latifi at the Hungarian Grand Prix, taking place on 1st August.

"We are delighted to welcome Julia Computing to Williams as a partner of Dorilton Ventures," said James Bower, commercial director at Williams Racing.

"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."