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Fernando Alonso partners with Cetilar

Fernando Alonso partners with Cetilar

May 31, 2023

Aston Martin Formula One racer Fernando Alonso has inked a new partnership agreement with PharmaNutra brand Cetilar, which focuses on products dedicated to muscle- and joint-care on cetylated esters. 

Alonso had previously partnered with Cetilar during the 2020 Dakar Rally. The Spaniard will once again be working with the brand to promote its products worldwide, while also collaborating with it to develop both existing and new products. 

Roberto Lacorte, Vice President of PharmaNutra, commented:

It is a real pleasure to be involved with Fernando again after the first, happy experience at the Dakar in 2020. This time it will be a different partnership, a very concrete one, as we will contribute to the improvement of his performance with the new products of the Nutrition line, and Alonso himself will be very important to give us direct feedback on the line. With Cetilar we are already alongside world-class excellence and this agreement only increases our presence in sport at the highest level, given the sporting and human calibre of Fernando Alonso.

Fernando Alonso added:

I am very happy to return to collaborate with Cetilar after the positive experience of the Dakar. I personally believe in our union, which I find makes a lot of sense as I use their products daily in my preparation days and also on race weekends. The fact that I think they are good is a given, and now being able to work firsthand in the development of the new ones will be very interesting.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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