Lunar and Haas F1 Team sign a pertnership agreement
Haas F1 Team is pleased to announce a new partnership with a financial technology company, Lunar. Founded in Aarhus, Denmark in 2015, Lunar is a regulated and independent licensed bank with over 500,000 users across Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. Established for individuals and businesses, Lunar – a 100% digital platform, has been designed to give customers complete control of their finances in a single app.
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The relationship between Haas F1 Team and Lunar will see the company’s brand logo sported on both Haas F1 Team VF-22 entries and on Kevin Magnussen’s race suit.
Guenther Steiner, Team Principal of Haas F1 Team stated:
I’m proud to welcome Lunar to our partner portfolio. “We share a lot of common traits between our two brands – primarily we’re both non-traditional in our respective industries, we’re not afraid to do things differently, be innovative in our approaches and shake things up a bit. The company also shares our love of speed, they want to make banking more accessible and faster for their customers. In Kevin Magnussen we obviously have one of the Nordic region’s leading sports personalities – his return to Haas F1 Team and his on-track performances in 2022 have naturally proved appealing to brands such as Lunar.
Ken Villum Klausen, founder and CEO of Lunar said:
We’re thrilled to join forces with Haas F1 Team as they play a key role in making F1 a mainstream sport and entertainment platform for everyone. Just like Lunar is making banking, payments and investments more accessible, faster and smarter for everyone in the Nordics. At Lunar we’re beyond excited to also support Kevin Magnussen, a Nordic comeback kid with a mindset we are truly inspired by.
Haas F1 Team returns to action in Round 5 of the 2022 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, the inaugural Miami Grand Prix, Friday, May 6 – Sunday, May 8, hosted at the Miami International Autodrome, Florida.
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