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Toro Rosso announce partnership with Randstad Italia

  • Published on 10 Jan 2019 11:19
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Scuderia Toro Rosso has signed a multi-year year deal with Randstad Italia, part of the world leader in the provision of human resource services. The project is part of the company's ongoing plan to give aid to people and organisations to exploit their potential to the highest standard.

For the 2019 season, the Randstad logo will appear on the drivers' race suits and pit crew helmets. Speaking about the deal, Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost is confident that the contract will help the Red Bull junior squad progress and iron out their working methods.

"Results in Formula 1 are down to a team's ability to operate at a very high level all the time," he said. "One has to maintain the highest standards in every aspect of the business.

"Not only does that mean having the right people in the right jobs at any one time,  it also involves ensuring that everyone is working in the right direction, while nurturing young talent in order to grow the company. This requires motivation and determination, qualities we share with Randstad and I firmly believe that having their expertise on board will sharpen our working methods and help us progress."

Marco Ceresa, Managing Director of Randstad Italia added: "I am very proud of this partnership which will see Randstad line up alongside one of the most ambitious teams in Formula 1, with its sights always set on technical innovation and, above all, on training talented youngsters.

"Like any working environment, the race track demands that any serious business operates to the best of its ability. Randstad has always embraced the values that are part of sport, sharing with Scuderia Toro Rosso a focus on results, valuing its workforce and investing strongly in innovation, while constantly striving for perfection and success in what it does."

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  • Randstad used to be a partner of Williams.. As if losing Martini wasnt bad enough.

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