New management for Monteiro

CSS Stellar Management, a company dedicated to international management, specialising in sport, is pleased to announce that they have signed a new partner, Portuguese driver Tiago Monteiro who will race for the MidlandF1 team in 2006, contesting...

CSS Stellar Management, a company dedicated to international management, specialising in sport, is pleased to announce that they have signed a new partner, Portuguese driver Tiago Monteiro who will race for the MidlandF1 team in 2006, contesting his second season of Formula One.

CSS Stellar Management is one of the leaders of international agencies specialising in the management of sportsmen's careers. It was founded by Julian Jacobi, who is one of the greatest figures in terms of managing sportsmen, particularly racing drivers.

Jacobi worked with Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, and his agency currently has drivers such as Juan Pablo Montoya (Formula One), Dan Wheldon, winner of the Indy 500 and IRL champion, and Rally's double world champion Sebastien Loeb on their books. The agency also represents the England football team and Sachin Tendulkar, a celebrated cricketer.

Tim Sice, General Manager of CSS Stellar Management, commented: "We are very glad to have Tiago as one of our customers. He proved to have enormous potential during his first season in Formula One, and we intend to make his situation mature further by being in charge of his commercial business now and in the future."

"I am very happy to have the opportunity to work with company that has such a proven record in Formula One, the pinnacle of the autosports," said a delighted Tiago. "I am convinced that we will work well together, and that we will benefit from all the opportunities that present themselves to us, which will make my life easier."

"At this stage of my sporting career, there are a lot of things to consider apart from the car, and it is important to be able to count on the best professionals."

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Juan Pablo Montoya