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Erreà Sport Named as Official Sauber F1 Partner

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Sauber F1 Team has announced Erreà Sport as an official partner. The Italian, technical clothing specialists support a number of sports worldwide, but they have now ventured into Formula One.

Erreà will provide Sauber with specially designed work and travel wear, along with a range of merchandising goods for distribution; they will also be responsible for the covers tasked with protecting the C36-Ferrari from the climes. In addition to their branding appearing on the clothing, it will also be visible on the car’s headrest.

We are very pleased to welcome Erreà on board as an Official Partner to the Sauber F1 Team,” said Monisha Kaltenborn, Team Principal.

Erreà and Sauber have valuable attributes in common: the ambition to strive for innovation, quality and perfection combine the values that both brands live by every day. We are looking forward to a successful partnership in the future.”

In Sauber F1 Team, we see a like-minded, ambitious team,” said Angelo Gandolfi, President of Erreà Sport.

We are tremendously excited to be working with the team as they set out to return to former successes.

“We look forward to the launch of the Sauber C36-Ferrari and the Erreà brand taking position on what promises to be a dynamic new livery for our Swiss partners.

“We look forward to launching our first range of merchandise to fans of the team and fans of the sport in the coming weeks.”

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