Six years of continuity SEG will decorate the numbers of all the single-seaters
With SEG, another long-term partner of the ATS Formula 3 Cup has opted for extending its involvement in the series early. The accordant contract was signed recently in the SEG headquarters, in Rehlingen-Siersburg located in the Saarland region. Consequently, the blue writing again will decorate the numbers of all the Formula 3 single-seaters contesting the 2009 ATS Formula 3 Cup season. Furthermore, the partners also signed an agreement regarding the option to extend the contract beyond 2009.
SEG is one of the best-known entertainment-electronics brands on the German-speaking market. The brand name SEG is an abbreviation of Schmid Electronics GmbH. SEG began its involvement in the fastest German single-seater series as early as in 2004. This means that the SEG logo will decorate all the ATS Formula 3 Cup cars for the sixth consecutive year, in 2009.
"We are proud of having the opportunity to cooperate with such a partner," reveals cup organiser Bertram Schafer. "The company is run by Rolf Schmid, an old-school businessman. Our amicable relationship is of major importance."
The success story of SEG began back in 1979. The company is based on the idea to provide to-quality products at a unique price performance ratio. And since 2007, the extremely competent SEG team acts even more flexible than in the past. With a selection of future-orientated products, such as LCD TV sets, audio systems, digital-video receiver systems and lifestyle products, the company is well prepared for optimally pleasing the costumer requirements while developing new business potentials with fresh ideas at the same time. In addition, the portfolio was extended by top-quality household technology.
"We also are connected by the closeness of our foundation years," said Formula 3 Press officer Peter Dahlmanns. "After all, the Formula 3 Association was founded back in 1975. In addition, continuity and performance as well as fairness and predictability also represent common properties of both partners. Calling both SEG and Formula 3 constants in their areas in Germany is anything but an exaggeration."