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Tata launches F1 <sup>®</sup> Connectivity Innovation Prize

Tata Communications, a leading provider of A New World of Communications™ today unveils the F1 Connectivity Innovation Prize - a global platform that will engage international brainpower against the demanding backdrop of Formula One racing. By assembling an unprecedented calibre of Formula One judges and a coveted US $50,000 prize fund, the prize will foster and reward innovative and creative thinking in connectivity. A distinguished panel of judges is comprised of 2008 FIA Formula One Drivers’ World Champion and Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team driver, Lewis Hamilton, Lewis’ 2014 World Championship-leading team Executive Director (Technical), Paddy Lowe; Formula...
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