Specsavers joins Chloe Grant from 3rd F1 Academy championship round at Barcelona
With rounds 1 and 2 complete, the ART Grand Prix-prepared Tatuus will roll out at Barcelona with the British multinational optical retail chain on its livery.
Founded in 1984 by husband and wife team, Doug and Mary Perkins, Specsavers opened stores in the United Kingdom. The company is now present in Ireland, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Australia, and New Zealand also.
In its inaugural season of racing, F1 Academy will visit the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, France, and the USA, having concluded the first 2 rounds in Austria and Spain already.
Chloe said, “To have such an established and long-standing brand that is Specsavers support me, is an incredible opportunity.
“It’s an honour to carry their brand and name on my livery in F1 Academy, and I feel very excited about the partnership.
“Competing in Europe and America, Specsavers will receive exposure not only from our online activity, livery, and race suit but also from the platform that F1 Academy boasts in these countries.”
Specsavers’ Scottish Divisional Chair, Arlene Stephenson, commented, “Specsavers is proud of our long tradition in supporting Scottish sport, both nationally and at a local level. However, this latest sponsorship deal with Chloe Grant will see us going further than ever, by helping to raise awareness of a talented young driver, as she takes on the thrilling world of motor racing.
“Empowering young women to pursue their dreams in a male-dominated field such as motorsport is not just a responsibility, but a privilege for businesses like ours. Specsavers is proud to support Chloe not only to accelerate her goal of rising to the top of the F1 Academy but to inspire a new generation of young women to pursue their dreams, both on and off the track.”
Chloe’s season is supported by Laser Tools, John Clark Motor Group, Specsavers, Kevin Cuthbert PT, Island Leisure Lodges, and Fierce Sports Marketing.