F1Racing.net, the leading Formula 1 news and information web site will support Spyker F1 team`s first full FIA Formula One World Championship season in a sponsorship that will also bring readers closer to the action. In addition to continuing...
F1Racing.net, the leading Formula 1 news and information web site will support Spyker F1 team`s first full FIA Formula One World Championship season in a sponsorship that will also bring readers closer to the action.
In addition to continuing its sponsorship of Dutch driver Christijan Albers for a third season, F1Racing.net will back the Ferrari-powered Spyker F1 team as it prepares for the new season. Christijan Albers will continue writing his exclusive column for F1Racing.net and will be joined by team principal Colin Kolles. Kolles will be putting pen to paper and posting a regular column revealing some of the more interesting behind-the-scenes developments and allowing readers to see F1 through the eyes of a team principal.
"We`re delighted to continue our relationship with F1Racing.net and it`s great for us to have the support of one of the world`s most popular online F1 magazines," said Colin Kolles, team principal of Spyker F1 Racing. "It`s going to be a very exciting season for us and I`m really looking forward to giving fans regular updates and unique insight into F1 through my new column."
In addition to the regular columns from Christijan Albers and Colin Kolles, the F1Racing.net logo will appear on all the Spyker F1 team drivers` helmet.
Jeroen Huis in`t Veld, managing director of F1Racing.net commented, "We`re proud to have supported Christijan Albers and his team over the past two years in Formula 1 and are looking forward to building on the successes with Spyker F1 in 2007."
Christijan Albers added, "There is a real feeling that the team will make some major strides forward in performance this year and that we`ll be able to genuinely fight for points. It`s going to be an exciting season and I`ll continue to share it all with you in my very own column at F1Racing.net."