Stake F1 Team signs new partnership with Scania

Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber announce Scania partnership

March 13, 2024

Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber have announced a partnership agreement with transport solutions provider Scania.

The deal will see the Swedish company serve as an Official Supplier to the Swiss F1 team. Scania’s premium trucks will be at the Sauber F1 headquarters in Hinwil, helping the team transport their equipment throughout Europe. 

Alessandro Alunni Bravi, Stake F1 Team Representative, commented:

We are pleased to welcome Scania to Stake F1 Team KICK Sauber as one of the team’s official suppliers. In a business like Formula One, where logistics play a great role in the success of each team’s operations, having reliable and secure means of transportation for our equipment is of fundamental importance. Much like Stake F1 Team KICK Sauber, Scania also puts great focus on its sustainability strategy – making them a valuable partner for our team as we push towards a more sustainable future for Motorsport. With Scania we can count on an experienced partner by our side, and we are looking forward to our collaboration.

Stephan Oberli, Sales Director at Scania Schweiz, said:

We’re thrilled to announce our partnership between Scania and Sauber Motorsport, marked by the delivery of 13 sustainable vehicles. This collaboration serves as a testament to our joint dedication to spearheading the reduction of CO2 emissions. Our common goal is to lead the way not just in the realm of motorsports but also in our collective responsibility towards the planet unites us. This partnership is a natural fit, embodying shared values of sustainability and excellence, showcasing that united, we can attain even great heights.

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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