ADSS Sponsored Driver Louis Delétraz to Debut in F1 Test in Abu Dhabi

ADSS will display its brand on the side of Haas cars during the F1 Grand Prix.

ADSS, a large brokerage firm in Europe and the Middle East, announced on  Monday that Louis Delétraz, the Swiss racing driver which the firm sponsors, will have his debut in a Formula One car.

Formula one is the highest class of single-seater auto racing. Delétraz currently races in Formula two, but following the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix testing session, on November 28, 2018, he will test the current-spec Haas VF-18.

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This will take place on the second day of the three-day session, which will be run by Pirelli, a tire supplier. In his racing career, Delétraz has been a winner Formula Renault 2.0’s Northern European Cup and has also been a runner-up in the two-liter Eurocup series and the Renault 3.5 liter series.

ADSS To Display Brand on Haas Cars

In further support of Delétraz, ADSS said that it would display its brand on the side of the Haas cars. This will be displayed in the final race of the year at Yas Marina on Sunday, November 25, 2018.

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Louis Delétraz, F2, F2 formula two
Louis Delétraz
Source: MAJ Consulting

 

Commenting on the opportunity, Delétraz said: “I’m naturally very excited to make my Formula One debut testing in Abu Dhabi and I am grateful to both Gene Haas and Guenther Steiner for giving me the opportunity to test with Haas F1 Team.”

ADSS has already been sponsoring Delétraz for a number of years, originally teaming up with him when he was still karting, up until now as an F2 driver on the Charouz Racing System team. Already he has shown a lot of promise in the industry and is looking to finish up the year at the Yas Marina circuit, in Abu Dhabi on solid footing.

Philippe Ghanem, CEO of ADSS
Philippe Ghanem
Source: ADS Securities

Philippe Ghanem, ADSS CEO added: “from the first time we met Louis we knew he had the talent, dedication and the desire to become an F1 driver.  He has successfully moved through the formulas and has now reached the pinnacle of racing, sitting in a current Grand Prix car. We are confident that he will eventually be racing in this premier formula.”

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