Jaguar Dressed for a Diamond Performance at the Monaco Grand Prix Steinmetz and Jaguar Racing are poised to set an F1 precedent with the unveiling of the 2004 Jaguar Formula One car at the 62nd Monaco Grand Prix. For the second year running, ...
Jaguar Dressed for a Diamond Performance at the Monaco Grand Prix
Steinmetz and Jaguar Racing are poised to set an F1 precedent with the unveiling of the 2004 Jaguar Formula One car at the 62nd Monaco Grand Prix. For the second year running, Steinmetz, creators of the world's finest diamonds and Jaguar Racing take the driving seat in style and innovation, and kick off with the official unveiling of this year's Diamond Jaguar F1 car.
In 2003, Jaguar took the unique decision to re-colour its signature-leaping cat pink in celebration of the Steinmetz Flawless Diamond Collection and the presentation of the Steinmetz Pink - a 59.60carat natural, pink diamond. This year, Jaguar Racing and Steinmetz have cemented their relationship by way of an exclusive sponsorship deal that will see Steinmetz start the Monaco Grand Prix alongside the Jaguar Formula One team. The bargeboards of the Jaguar R5 will boast the Steinmetz name.
Steinmetz and Jaguar share a unique history of excellence in performance and design and today represent the pinnacle of luxury. Together their synergy has fused to produce a finely tuned machine with an astounding nose-cone adornment in the shape of a magnificent sunexis cut diamond.
David Pitchforth, Managing Director, Jaguar Racing said: "We are delighted to formalize our relationship with Steinmetz. Their passion for excellence and talent for innovation have made them a real force at Monaco and we take great pride in lining up on the grid this Sunday with most glamorous racing cars in Monte Carlo."
Nir Livnat, CEO of Steinmetz, said; "This year we are very proud to announce our formal sponsorship of the Jaguar Racing team. This partnership is the coming together of two great luxury brands that share a common goal: the pursuit of engineered perfection and luxury."