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Thank you to everyone who took the time to enter the Connected Operations Challenge of the 2017 F1 Connectivity Innovation Prize.

After much deliberation, we have chosen the most innovative solutions and are excited to reveal to you the 3 winners who will join our All-Star panel of judges at the 2017 FORMULA 1 ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX.

Announcing the Winners of Challenge 1!

- Karson Enns (Canada) 
- Hari Ramachandran (USA) 
- Ken Bodnar (Canada) 

Karson, Hari and Ken are now one step closer to the Trophy and this year’s Grand Prize of $50,000.

Join us online with #tatacommsf1prize to congratulate our winners!

But wait, you could be a winner too!

How? There is still a chance for you to participate in this year's competition. Tata Communications and Formula 1 will be launching the 2nd challenge of this year’s competition on 12 July 2017. Watch out for updates on this live announcement!

F1® Connectivity Innovation Prize Team

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