Scuderia Toro Rosso is happy to announce that Estrella Galicia 0,0 is reinforcing its ambitious commitment to Formula 1 by strengthening the partnership agreement signed with the team last season.
As from this weekend in Australia, and for the whole 2016 World Championship, the beer brand wil appear for the first time on the new STR11 of our two drivers Carlos Sainz and Max Verstappen. Estrella Galicia 0,0 will be present on the car bargeboards, increasing significantly its visibility in comparison to last year.
Franz Tost – Scuderia Toro Rosso Tem Principal
“Following last year’s fantastic co-operation, we are very happy that Estrel a Galicia 0,0 has decided to confirm and increase the trust in Scuderia Toro Rosso.
“Like in 2015, their logo wil feature prominently on the drivers’ race suits, as well as on the team personnel’s clothing, but in addition to this it will also be displayed on ournew STR11’s barge boards.
“Sponsors are the lifeblood not just of our team, but also of the sport of Formula 1 in general, so it is particularly pleasing to tighten our relationship with Estrel a Galicia 0,0, towards what I expect to be an exciting season. Our companies share the same philosophy of being young and dynamic, with Carlos and Max being the perfect combination of drivers for both of us. In the name of Toro Rosso I want to thank the Estrella Galicia 0,0 management for this decision, I am convinced that we will achieve great results together.”
Ignacio Rivera – CEO at Hijos de Rivera
“Today is a very important day for the Company, a day that we are extremely proud of as it represents another step forward in our agreement with Scuderia Toro Rosso and our involvement in F1.
“We both share the same values and philosophy to support young talents, as is this case of Carlos and Max, who I am sure wil offer us lots of happy moments this season.
“We are delighted and very satisfied for accomplishing a dream nobody thought we could, with the added incentive of achieving it during the year that we celebrate our 110th anniversary”.