McLaren Racing – McLaren Racing announces multi-year partnership with Goldman Sachs

McLaren Racing today announced Goldman Sachs Group Inc, the global financial institution, as an official partner of the McLaren Formula 1 team for the 2022 season and beyond.

The multi-year partnership brings together two high performance organizations with a focus on excellence. It includes a commitment to accelerate progress towards McLaren’s net-zero targets.

With a shared belief that sustainability also includes addressing social, environmental and economic impacts as we move towards an inclusive net-zero economy, Goldman Sachs and McLaren will use their combined expertise to accelerate change in McLaren’s journey to a more sustainable future. McLaren aims to halve its GHG footprint by 2030 compared to 2019, and reach net zero by 2040, in line with the UN Sports for Climate Action initiative and the Race to Zero campaign.

This announcement of the partnership follows news that McLaren Racing has been awarded three-star FIA environmental accreditation for the ninth consecutive year, having become the first Formula 1 team to receive such recognition in 2013.

Goldman Sachs branding will be carried on the McLaren MCL36 F1 cars of the 2022 British Grand Prix.

Zak Brown, CEO, McLaren Racing, said:

“We are delighted to partner with Goldman Sachs, a global institution that shares McLaren Racing’s own values ​​in recognizing the importance of sustainability. As we work towards achieving our bold long-term goals, Goldman Sachs’ support will be an invaluable incentive to accelerate our progress.

“Goldman Sachs will be an important partner in our sustainability journey and we look forward to working together to make a positive contribution to our team, our communities and the wider world.”

Fiona Carter, CMO, Goldman Sachs, said:

“Goldman Sachs and McLaren share the ambition to accelerate progress for the fans, our customers and in our communities. Together we are excited to see what is possible when we push our collective technical and intellectual expertise to the limit.”

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