Online trading platform, Hantec Market, has announced its partnership with the Fittipaldi brothers, who will act as brand ambassadors. Pietro and Enzo Fittipaldi, grandsons of the legendary two-time Formula 1 champion Emerson Fittipaldi, will promote the company’s products and services to their millions of fans around the world, while sharing insights and tips on marketing and investing.
Pietro Fittipaldi is the official test and support driver for the MoneyGram Haas F1 team and competes in both the World Championship and the 24 Hours of Genoa. Meanwhile, his younger brother Enzo Fittipaldi is progressing to the Formula 1 World Championship and is now in the FIA Formula 2 Championship for the Charouz Racing System team, as well as part of the Red’s young driver program. .
Hantec Market strengthens its presence in Latin America
With this partnership, Hantec strengthens its market presence in the Latin American region. In 2022, the online business platform partnered with F1 team MoneyGram Haas, introducing the brand to millions of students.
For his part, Nader Nurmohamed, COO of Hantec markets said that like racing drivers, traders need speed, agility and insight to maximize performance, Hantec markets and the Fittipaldi brothers are a perfect match. “This partnership will see Hantec markets grow in the region and position us as a globally valued company,” he said.
Controllers and inverters
The Fittipaldi brothers are not only talented and successful pilots, but also experienced investors who have been using the Hantec market for years to diversify their income and increase their wealth.
Ahead of one of the biggest weekends of the year, the legendary Monaco Grand Prix, which takes place on the Principality Street this Sunday 28th, Enzo commented: “Hantec helps to associate markets, whose spirit is similar to that of the global consortium. Ours, as ambassadors of the brand”.
“It is great to see a company entering a new market and into Latin America, a corner of the world very dear to us,” added Pietro, a former Formula World Series 3.5 claimant.