A1GP World Cup of Motorsport and Ferrari Announce Landmark Partnership Ferrari to supply engines in long term A1GP partnership deal as well as consult on design and manufacture of chassis for new car in Season Four. Ferrari to supply engines to...
A1GP World Cup of Motorsport and Ferrari Announce Landmark Partnership
Ferrari to supply engines in long term A1GP partnership deal as well as consult on design and manufacture of chassis for new car in Season Four. Ferrari to supply engines to new A2GP Series in Season Five
A1 Team Pakistan is delighted with today's announcement by A1GP Chairman, Tony Teixeira, of a truly historic and ground breaking partnership between Ferrari and the A1GP World Cup of Motorsport. Ferrari signed a six-year agreement to manufacture and supply all A1GP engines for this unique series and will consult on the design and manufacture of all A1GP car chassis for use in Season Four (2008/09).
Arif Husain, Seat Holder, A1 Team Pakistan, said of this major initiative, "Linking with Ferrari brings together an iconic, prestige automotive manufacturer and a unique, progressive race Series. There will be many benefits to this partnership, not only for the A1PG Series, but also for our nation's team, with the commercial opportunities that will lead from this and with the prospect of continued top- quality motor racing for A1 Team Pakistan fans."
Commenting on the momentous deal, Tony Teixeira said: 'Partnering with a world-class organisation like Ferrari will officially position A1GP as one of the most significant motorsport series' in the world.'
The introduction of A2GP was also announced today, a regional single-seat racing car series developed by A1GP to begin testing in 2009. Ferrari will be integral to the growth of the new series and will again supply all engines and consult on the design and manufacture of the new chassis.
A1GP also maintained its commitment to commercial partners and fans as a principal factor in confirming the partnership. 'Ferrari will add significant value to our brand and in our opinion there is no better partner to progress the series,' adds Mr Teixeira.
'We will be meeting with our commercial partners over the next few weeks to discuss the multitude of exciting opportunities that this partnership presents.'
Finally Tony Teixeira notes; 'Ferrari has a global presence through its dealer network. We will be working closely with them to ensure that they are a part of every A1GP World Cup of Motorsport event.'
A1 Team Pakistan has contested the A1GP Series since its inception in September 2005. This season Adam Khan represents the nation and will be competing in the second round of the Series at Brno circuit, Czech Republic.