RIVA PUBLICISED its sponsorship renewal of Scuderia Ferrari for the 20-race Formula One World Championship at the iconic Monaco Grand Prix and proved a lucky charm as Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen finished first and second.
The aquamarine Riva logo appeared on Vettel and Raikkonen’s helmets as Ferrari celebrated its first win in Monte Carlo for 16 years.
The two Ferrari drivers had earlier publicised the latest sponsorship deal by appearing on the Riva 100’ Corsaro, which was making its European premiere after staging its world debut in Hong Kong. Riva also showcased its 76’ Perseo and 76’ Bahamas.
Alberto Galassi, CEO of Ferretti Group, said: “This extraordinary combination of two absolute icons, Riva and Ferrari, together celebrated the victory of the 75th edition of the Monaco Grand Prix. The 100’ Corsaro was Scuderia Ferrari’s lucky charm!”
Also at the Monaco GP, British builder Sunseeker International supported the Red Bull Racing Formula One Team as the tender service for the team’s VIP guests, providing a Predator 57, two San Remos and two Superhawks.
Phil Popham, CEO of Sunseeker, said: “We’re thrilled to link up with the world-renowned Red Bull Racing team for the Monaco Grand Prix. There is a natural affiliation between Sunseeker and Formula One, and we have had a long association with the sport. It is great to be involved again especially with such an incredible team as Red Bull Racing.”