Renault Sport Formula One Team will head to the first French Grand Prix in a decade with the renewed support of FRANCETONER.FR on board the team’s Renault R.S.18s.
FRANCETONER.FR, the French online leader in compatible printer ink cartridges and toners, partnered the team for last season’s Belgian Grand Prix and is also a supporter of newly-announced Renault Sport Affiliated Driver, Anthoine Hubert, who currently leads the GP3 Series driver standings.
Antoine Magnan, Head of Partnerships, Renault Sport Racing:
“We are very happy to highlight this endorsement of Renault Sport Formula One Team from FRANCETONER.FR. As well as sharing the yellow and black colours we are aligned in our aspirations for success. The return of the French Grand Prix has very special resonance for Renault so the support from FRANCETONER.FR for the team at home is well appreciated. We are all striving to see in print the very best results possible.”
Jérôme de France, founder, FRANCETONER.FR:
"As well as sharing the colours yellow and black, FRANCETONER.FR and Renault Sport Formula One Team share the values of teamwork, competitiveness, technicality and the quest for perfection; these are the attributes which have made a success of FRANCETONER.FR and which will make a success of Renault Sport Formula One Team.
“The return of the French Grand Prix is an ideal platform for us to push this partnership of a French company supporting a French team in France. We are very happy to not only support the Formula 1 team, but also Anthoine Hubert in his quest to join the team in the future. We will be enthusiastically supporting Renault Formula One Team and Anthoine and hope to see both sporting the yellow and black colours at the top of the timesheets this weekend.”
Founded in 2000, FRANCETONER.FR, is the French online leader in compatible ink cartridges and toners and has already passed the million-customer mark. It has been communicating its brand through motorsport since 2006. Its founder, Jérôme de France, is an enthusiast who participates occasionally in one-make motorsport categories.