Cumulo9 has remained a leading support sponsor for Liam's FIA F2 programme 2022
“Chris and the Cumulo9 team came onboard with me when I first ventured to Australia to drive in F4. I remember having my photo taken at Phillip Island in my new race suit with the Cumulo9 logo and on that same trip in December 2017 Chris organised for me to go Maranello Motorsport in Melbourne where I saw my first Ferrari race car. Little did I know then that I’d be racing one 4 years later in the DTM! I’m very proud to have them with me again for 2022.”
Liam and Cumulo9 continue a wonderful partnership.
“In 2017 a 15 year old boy walked into our Auckland offices (with his Mum) and outlined how he was going to become a Formula 1 driver. Liam’s presentation that afternoon displayed his tenacity, focus on winning, common sense, down to earth attitude and most importantly that he is just a great person. These are qualities that we look for in all our staff at Cumulo9. Since then we have been delighted to continue supporting Liam. As he has matured he has developed a heightened drive and focus, but alongside that, he’s still the same approachable, humble Kiwi we met nearly six years ago. Becasue of this and following his success in DTM and another solid year in F2 and a F1 Test Drive, we are delighted to continue our support as he continues his quest for an F1 seat, this year with a new F2 team in Carlin racing (Vettel, Ricciardo, Norris and Saint are all Carlin Alumni).”
Chris Hogg CEO Cumulo9.
Specialising in digital communications, Cumulo9 became one of a group of sponsors that supported Liam in the Australian Formula 4 championship in 2017.
When Liam entered the Toyota Racing Series in 2019 Cumulo9 became a leading partner and increased their support for the 2020 season, their logo appearing across the rear wing of the FT-60.
For the FIA F2 programme, Cumulo9 has remained a leading support sponsor.