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The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team and Cato Networks are at the forefront of our respective industries. The partnership provides the platform for our brands to deliver new innovations to the world and continue as market leaders.
Formula E has provided a new frontier for Porsche to spearhead innovation in electric mobility. Cato Networks is a world leader in the cloudification and convergence of enterprise network and security products.
The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team and Cato Networks have continuously innovated over each of our individual business journeys. Formula E provides the ultimate testing ground for research and development of the products and services we provide to the world. Cato Networks created and leads a revolution in how enterprises build their network and security infrastructure.
We live in a global economy where users, connected devices and data are spread across the world. Cato Networks’ globally distributed cloud service is helping enterprises like the global TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team manage the complex web of its broad network infrastructure. Whether that’s at an E-Prix or at the research and development center in Weissach.
The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team and Cato Networks employ the highest level of standards for its products and services – whether it’s getting you where you need to be or making sure your critical business IT systems are always available, secured and optimized.
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The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship is an all-electric single-seater racing series. The first Formula E race took place in 2014. Since then, it quickly gained popularity and became an audience favorite.
Formula E races take place globally, in Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, India, Brazil, Germany, Monaco, Indonesia, the US, Italy and the UK. They host leading motor brands, such as: Porsche, Jaguar, Maserati, McLaren, and Nissan.
The main difference between Formula 1 and Formula E is Formula 1 uses hybrid cars with internal combustion engines powered by more conventional fuels, whilst Formula E racing cars are fully all-electric. In fact, Formula E is the only global all-electric racing series. The use of electric vehicles is a key component of its sustainability program, which boasts net zero carbon footprint by reducing championship footprint and offsetting any emissions.
Formula E also tends to race around street circuits in major cities, whereas Formula 1 typically takes place at racing circuits. Although, both series don’t always follow this blueprint.
322 KMH (approximately 200 MPH).
2023 is Season 9 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship.
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The Formula E cars do share the same type of chassis, battery, and tires. However, each team is free to develop other parts of the car such as an electric motor, or gearbox. For example, the latest Gen3 car was designed by engineers and sustainability experts for swift street racing. It is also net zero carbon.
These differences, or lack thereof, make the races more exciting! With all vehicles using the same battery, the outcome of the race is much less predictable. Formula 1 races, on the other hand, host vehicles that vary in their capabilities from the get-go, making it easier to anticipate who will win.
The purpose of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship is to help accelerate change towards an electric future, according to the sport’s sustainability mission statement, “one race and one city at a time.” Sport is a powerful tool to share “powerful and meaningful” messages with the world.
Formula E is a sport that goes the extra distance and demonstrates in real terms what all-electric mobility vehicles are capable of when partners and experts come together to innovate and compete.
Formula E is a sustainability leader. It became the first global sport to be certified with a net zero carbon footprint from inception. This is thanks to its three-step sustainability program. First, Formula E monitors and calculates the championship’s carbon footprint. Then, actions are taken to minimize carbon footprint. This includes the use of electric vehicles, optimizing travel, and more. Finally, unavoidable emissions are offset, through projects like biogas energy generation in China, landfill gas energy generation in Mexico, and wind power energy generation in Morocco.
Formula E-Prix races have a set amount of laps dependent on the track plus extra laps added at the end for any safety car laps that occur.