McLaren has announced a "major multi-year partnership" with Google with the technology giant to become an official partner of both the manufacturer's F1 and Extreme E teams.
McLaren has welcomed a steady stream of new sponsors and partners in recent years with Google the latest in a number of American companies to invest in the sport as F1 continues its growth in the U.S.
The deal will see Google Chrome and Android branding carried on the engine cover and wheel covers of the MCL36 with further logos featured on the helmets and race suits of Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo.
“We are absolutely delighted and proud to welcome Google to the McLaren Racing family," said McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown.
"Google is a global leader in technology and has been a ground-breaking innovator in connecting people around the world.
"By integrating platforms like Android and Chrome across our operations, our team will be better supported to focus on driving performance.
"We’re looking forward to an exciting partnership that spans across Formula 1 and Extreme E."
Google vice president of marketing, Nicholas Drake, added: "McLaren Racing represents the very best of what's possible on a racetrack across performance, inclusion and sustainability, and those are values we share at Google.
"We’re bringing more innovation to platforms, like Android and Chrome, and seamlessly connecting them to other Google services to optimize McLaren's race day performance."