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Jake Hughes partners with TPS ahead of the 2023 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship

MB Partners are delighted to announce that Taylor Project Services LLP (TPS) have joined forces with Jake Hughes ahead of his rookie campaign in the eagerly anticipated 2023 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship with the NEOM McLaren Formula E Team.

Season 9 will see the debut of the all-new third-generation machine - the fastest, lightest, most powerful and most efficient electric race car ever built. The seventeen-round championship will visit 13 countries across the 2023 season and will debut at three new venues: Hyderabad, India; Cape Town, South Africa and São Paulo, Brazil.

This newly forged partnership with Jake marks the strengthening of TPS’ commitments to low energy and sustainable innovation as they continue to make great strides in embracing greener technologies within their sector.

Gerry Taylor, a Partner at TPS, is extremely excited to partner with Jake as he embarks on his debut campaign and is looking forward to the season that lies ahead.

“We are delighted to forge this new partnership with Jake ahead of his maiden campaign and the step forward in technology this season should make it intensely competitive. We have always been firm believers here at TPS in driving forward low energy and sustainable practices across our work and this provides yet another opportunity to further build upon this with the world’s premiere electric racing series.”

Jake, extends his delight at the new partnership with TPS as he looks ahead to what promises to be an exciting new generation of racing.

“I’m really pleased to be sharing the news of my partnership with TPS for the season ahead. This season marks the introduction of a new era for the championship with Season 9 and my full debut in what promises to be an entertaining year of racing for the team.”

“I’m looking forward to getting out on track, hitting the ground running and building this relationship with TPS, alongside their commitment to sustainability in their work, over the course of the season."

Images courtesy of Alistair Staley.

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