From the 2017 season, the Berlin based company kfzteile24 supports the FIA Formula 3 European Championship and the company’s striking logos will decorate the drivers’ overalls. The new partner of the FIA F3 European Championship is market leader in the area of motor-vehicle spare-parts and accessories that are sold both online and in own chain stores.
The brand kfzteile24 has been involved in various motor racing areas for quite some time and thanks to the company colour – orange – it’s an eye-catcher at every circuit. Having supported certain FIA Formula 3 European Championship competitors in the past, kfzteile24 now opted for a partnership with the series. “This series is contested by so many great talents that making this decision was easy,” said Stephan Rahmede, CEO of kfzteile24. “We have always been fans of the FIA Formula 3 European Championship and each year we have been impressed by the high quality and performance level displayed by the young drivers, despite the fact that some are not even 18 years old.”
kfzteile24, founded in 2001, is a Berlin based multi-channel retail company and market leader in the area motor-vehicle spare parts and accessories. In the online shops www.kfzteile24.de and www.autoteile24.de, both laymen and pros are provided with a full range of car components. Furthermore, the company’s customers can find three stores and workshops in Berlin’s metropolitan area that accept the customers’ orders right away. Around 10,000 parcels are posted from the logistic centre in Neuseddin every day. The high product and distribution quality is appreciated by many suppliers and original equipment manufacturers and consequently, kfzteile24 are the only online dealers they supply directly.
“The company kfzteile24 has already been represented at German and European racetracks for several years and we are delighted with now having the chance to welcome them as a new partner of the FIA Formula 3 European Championship,” said Walter Mertes, CEO of ‘Formel-3-Vermarktungs GmbH’ that organises and promotes the FIA F3 European Championship.”