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Raimondi Cranes signs with Italian GP3 Champion Kevin Ceccon

Kevin Ceccon, GP3 Series Italian driver sponsored by Raimondi Cranes dazzled fans in England after an artistic performance in Silverstone Race. The Italian champion, which was already sponsored by the 150-year old crane manufacturer, sealed the deal this weekend with the Italian company and it is now its brand ambassador.

“I am very happy but not just for me, also the Raimondi family for all their support. They are helping me a lot. They have just been so kind and kept pushing me for a good result.”, explains Ceccon, Champion of Silverstone Race (2015) and two times podium in the glamorous Monaco GP.
Out of the race tracks, Kevin´s performance can be seen as a result of a special lift from the Italian company, acquired by the Saudi Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed in 2013. (Read more about this take-over →)

“This has been a result of everyone working hard together and the support that has been provided for the team and Kevin.” Julian Rouse, General Manager of Arden Team in GP3 Series.

Ceccon looks ahead for the next races with a special attention to the Monza GP dur-ing the weekend of 4-6 of July where the Italian driver will be battling in Italy, sup-ported by the traditional Italian crane manufacturer.
“Congratulations to the awesome Kevin Ceccon on an impressive come back” said His Royal Highness Prince Khaled Bin Alwaleed, controlling shareholder of Raimondi Cranes who confirmed presence in Monza GP, where he will hold a series of meetings with entrepreneurs from Milan and Vale Camonica.

About Raimondi Cranes S.p.A

Raimondi is 150-year-old Italian crane manufacturer based in Milan acquired in 2013 by KBW Investments, a private investment company lead by Prince Khaled bin Al-waleed Al Saud, member of the Royal Family of Saudi Arabia. Raimondi has a long tradition in design and production of tower cranes and it is today recognized as a major brand of the global crane manufacturing industry.

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