09 Feb TESISQUARE continues its commitment to the Superbike World Championship
Sponsorship agreement renewed with Go Eleven, the Italian team that will see Andrea Iannone racing with Ducati in the 2024 Superbike World Championship.
Bra (CN), 7th February 2024.
For the fifth year running, the leading Italian provider of digital supply chain solutions TESISQUARE confirms its sponsorship of Go Eleven, the Cuneo-based team racing with Ducati Corse at the 2024 Superbike World Championship.
The championship gets underway on the weekend of 23-25 February in Australia at the Phillip Island circuit, before returning to Europe in Barcelona mid-March.
Riding the Ducati Panigale V4R this year is Andrea Iannone. The 34-year-old Italian talent has previously raced in the MotoGP with Ducati, as well as Suzuki and Aprilia. Born in the Abruzzo town of Vasto in 1989, he has already proven his worth in the past and is ready for this new season to demonstrate his talent once again.
Go Eleven is the brainchild of Gianni Ramello, a Piedmont accountant who first entered the world of motorbike racing as a consultant before becoming a Team Owner. After sponsoring BRC Racing in the Superbike World Championship, Go Eleven joined the Superstock 1000 FIM Cup circuit, appointing the team’s former rider Denis Sacchetti as team manager in 2010. After ten years working with Kawasaki, the team chose Ducati’s new Panigale V4R model and racer Eugene Laverty.
TESISQUARE joins the Cherasco team for the entire duration of the sporting events of the 2024 season, sponsoring the team’s vehicles, outfits and hospitality areas. The two companies share not only a birthplace but also numerous qualities and values that have made them both benchmarks of Made in Italy excellence. These include dynamism, reliability, innovation and collaboration, the key to standing out and achieving success.
“We are very proud to renew our partnership with Team Go Eleven, a nationally recognised team with close ties to Cherasco, with which we share values and the drive to always achieve the best results, through cooperation and teamwork.” Massimiliano Basile, Head of Marketing for Tesisquare, continues: “Tesisquare’s aim is to create a stimulating and collaborative ecosystem, based on trust, which puts the human factor first, because people are what make teams and companies great.”Andrea Iannone says: “Our work with Team Go Eleven has only just begun, we still have a lot to do and there’s a long way to go, but what really matters is that we are all working hard towards a shared goal. Even though the challenge will be tough, teamwork and mutual support push us to do our best. All this is made possible by the support of Ducati.”