Iveco, official truck partner of Alfa Romeo Racing, delivers S-WAY trucks for the team’s logistics fleet

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May 17, 2021

​IVECO, Official Truck Partner of the Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN team since 2019, has officially handed over five IVECO S-WAY trucks. The new vehicles partially renew the team’s logistics fleet, which now also counts 7 IVECO Stralis trucks and a Daily van.

The new IVECO S-WAY trucks will join the existing Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN fleet to ensure safe and efficient transportation of the team’s equipment to all the Formula One European Grand Prix venues throughout the upcoming season. The proven track record of IVECO’s vehicles, their reliability in a wide range of extreme conditions, and their exceptional fuel economy and low Total Cost of Ownership were key factors in Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN’s choice of truck partner.

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