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Santander extends Ferrari backing

Santander extends its support for Ferrari in F1
Ferrari has extended its deal with Santander through to the end of the 2017 F1 season.

The Spanish bank has been a supporter of the team for the past two seasons after Fernando Alonso's signing with the Scuderia.

“We are pleased to have extended our relationship with the Santander Bank,” team principal Stefano Domenicali said. “In these first two years together, we have been able to see on a daily basis how much our two companies share the same values: a desire for excellence, love of competition, team work, the will to excel and to serve one's customers needs.

“Having extended the contract from now, is a sign of the great confidence Santander has in us and that is something of which we can be particularly proud.”


Tagged as: Ferrari , Domenicali , Santander

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February 03, 2012 8:40 PM

'Desire for excellence', 'serve one's customers needs' are not expressions I would associate with Santander. They are simply the worst bank in the known universe.



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