|Global Director of Race Promotions, Formula 1
|Position Last Year
After starting her career as a solicitor at an international law firm in London, Chloe Targett-Adams first joined Formula 1 as an in-house counsel in 2009.
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Targett-Adams became Global Director of Promoters and Business Relations in April 2017, just four months after the takeover by Liberty Media, and now plays an instrumental role in shaping the future of the sport.
Chloe Targett-Adams is the Global Director of Race Promotion for Formula 1. In her role, she is instrumental in helping shape the sport’s future and drive strategic and commercial growth for the group. Chloe oversees race commercial operations for the organisation and is responsible for one of the primary revenue streams for Formula 1. She is the key contact point for Formula 1 race promoters and new race opportunities. Her responsibilities cover the entire Formula 1 global footprint, which spans 22 races across five continents.
Previously Chloe led race promotion commercial operations for the organisation and is the key contact point for Formula 1 race promoters and new race opportunities. Chloe worked across Formula 1’s business activities on a global level handling a broad range of commercial and corporate matters, corporate governance and risk management, rights acquisition and exploitation for all Formula 1 events (major sport and entertainment events) running on five continents.
Chloe recently commented on what inspired her to get into F1:
I’ve aspired to work in the entertainment industry since a young age. My famous musician father had toured the world with his work, inspiring me. I trained as a lawyer following university and had the opportunity to join Formula One in 2009 and then in 2012 to start working with our previous CEO and founder Bernie Ecclestone on race promotion. This led to the incredible privilege of taking up the opportunity to move into my current role as Global Director of Race Promotion & Hospitality.prev View full list next