MBP are delighted to announce an extension of the winning personal partnership between Taylor Project Services LLP and Jake Hughes as the British racer prepares for Season Ten of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship alongside the NEOM McLaren Formula E Team.
The news comes just days before Jake heads to Mexico ahead of the season opener in Mexico City. With MBP having supported Taylor Project Services LLP's (TPS) sports marketing objectives since 2013, the leading building services consultants kickstarted their partnership with Jake last year. Together, TPS and Jake enjoyed a memorable rookie season as the 29-year-old claimed pole positions at the Diriyah E-Prix and Monaco E-Prix across a successful debut Formula E campaign.
The strengthened partnership with Jake for 2024 reinforces TPS’s continued commitment to adopting the most sustainable industry practices as they look to continually align their work within the construction industry to that of Formula E World Championship as they push for a more sustainable future.
Gerry Taylor, a Partner at TPS, is proud to extend the company’s association with Jake as continued evidence of TPS’s commitment to low-energy and sustainable solutions.
“We are delighted to be continuing our partnership with Jake ahead of his second season in the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. Not only did Jake perform fantastically well on track this year, but we were pleased to work with Jake and the MBP team to showcase the partnership alongside the low-energy and sustainable practices that we adopt right across our work. Just as it is for TPS, 2024 is a big year for Jake and we are proud to support his efforts.
Jake is delighted to be flying the flag for TPS once again in 2024 and remains grateful for their continued support.
“It is fantastic news as we head into the new season that TPS have continued their support and personal partnership. I loved working alongside the team and getting to know more about their work and their principles last year, so I am keen to build on that in 2024 as well. On track, last year represented a positive start to life in Formula E for me and I can’t wait to build on that this year, starting in Mexico City next weekend.”
Mark Blundell, CEO of MBP, is pleased to see the extension of the deal which is founded upon a long-standing partnership between TPS and the relationship-driven sports marketing agency.
“Everyone at MBP is pleased to see TPS continuing to work alongside Jake as he prepares for a big season ahead in Formula E. Our association with TPS as a business is a long-term one and one that means a lot to us, we are delighted to be continuing to build on our successes together with Gerry and the whole TPS team.”