EightCap Joins Scuderia Ferrari For The 2019 F1® SeasonEightCap is optimistic for a home victory with Scuderia Ferrari already reported as one of the leading performers from this week’s pre-season testing in Barcelona, with Charles Leclerc having so far recorded the fastest times.
Scuderia Ferrari showcased its new look 2019 Formula 1® single-seater last Friday which included the unveiling of Australian Forex & CFD broker EightCap as an official sponsor.
EightCap has teamed up with Scuderia Ferrari for the 2019 and 2020 Formula 1® seasons. Scuderia Ferrari is featuring the new look EightCap logo on the front wings of the two single-seaters for both seasons.
— Scuderia Ferrari (@ScuderiaFerrari) February 15, 2019
Joel Murphy, EightCap CEO, said he’s thrilled EightCap was chosen as one of the major sponsors for the team.
“Ferrari has been the most successful Formula One team since the series began and is recognised across the globe as a leading auto-manufacturer. Here at EightCap, we’re aiming to enhance our brand’s global reach and continue to improve our client’s trading experience.
It’s fantastic to have our company represented in the fast lane and I’m looking forward to this exciting new partnership.”
EightCap will be the only Australian company to be aligned with Scuderia Ferrari ahead of the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
The inaugural F1® season launch will be held in Melbourne on March 13, ahead of the race on March 17 where all 10 teams and 20 drivers will compete.
EightCap is optimistic for a home victory with Scuderia Ferrari already reported as one of the leading performers from this week’s pre-season testing in Barcelona, with Charles Leclerc having so far recorded the fastest times.
Incorporated in 2009 and headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, EightCap provides access to trading on a wide range of financial markets. Regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and platform access to MT4 & MT5. EightCap enables trading on over 200 instruments including forex, indices, stocks, commodities, and cryptocurrencies.