The Next Step
ROKiT Venturi Racing is delighted to confirm the appointment of Hewlett Packard Enterprise President & CEO, Antonio Neri, to its newly created Advisory Board.
Antonio becomes the Advisory Board’s first external member and will work closely with Chairman and Managing Partner Scott Swid, Managing Partner José M. Aznar Botella, and CEO Susie Wolff to help shape the future of ROKiT Venturi Racing.
Established following a management restructure, the Advisory Board will help to define the team’s long-term strategy and commercial viability in the FIA Formula E World Championship.
By joining, Antonio brings a wealth of corporate knowledge and experience which, combined with his passion for motorsport, will bring additional expertise to the team’s senior management.
This builds upon ROKiT Venturi Racing’s long standing relationship with Hewlett Packard Enterprise – a tie that has expanded from an innovative technical partnership to a cutting-edge human and emotional collaboration.
As the Advisory Board continues to grow, additional figureheads from international business will bring new perspectives and diverse opinions to motorsport’s most competitive platform.
This will allow ROKiT Venturi Racing to refine its strategy, focus on its ambitions and forge a bold vision for the future to enhance and improve its long-term performance.
In Their Words
“The vision behind the creation of the Advisory Board is to bring together a group of highly experienced industry leaders to contribute to the ongoing success of the team, adding fresh perspective and insight. In his role as President and CEO of HPE, Antonio will bring enormous value as we enter the next chapter of our journey as a team.”
“I am pleased to extend HPE’s and ROKiT Venturi Racing’s long-standing relationship by serving on the newly created Advisory Board. As their Official Technology Partner, I am proud of the work we have done in accelerating the team’s winning strategy and optimizing their performance through the implementation of innovative IT solutions.”