Sponsor Announcement! PrivateFly back Olli Caldwell

Olli Caldwell announces new sponsor for 2017 in PrivateFly. The company provides a global booking service for private jet charter and private aircraft hire

British F4
June 6, 2017

Olli Caldwell has partnered with global booking service company PrivateFly. The company provides a global booking service for private jet charter and private aircraft hire. They will be sponsoring Olli as he starts his racing career in single seaters!

Launched in 2008, PrivateFly is the fastest growing private aviation company in Europe, combining award-winning booking technology with a dedicated 24/7 team of private aviation experts.

Now PrivateFly have teamed up with Olli during his maiden season in single seaters with Olli preparing to race in British F4 with TRS Arden!

With 7,000 aircraft in one global network, a live pricing platform, infinite routes worldwide, airports and security to negotiate, and safety records to evaluate; PrivateFly know that speed matters. But also, know performance matters more. Their ethos compares to Olli's where speed and performance are crucial for any racing drivers.

PrivateFly have performance that's fast when it needs to be, without ever compromising safety. That searches for the best options to save time and money and brings together deep insight, unrivalled expertise and superior technology to give an outstanding service.

To get a sponsor of PrivateFly’s magnitude at this stage in Olli’s career is very exciting. It shows the interest taken in the rising star, who has some big years ahead of him! To introduce PrivateFly into the Motorsport World is also a privilege for Olli who will be carrying their logo with pride.

Olli Caldwell: "Teaming up with PrivateFly is a really good opportunity for me, especially given some of their plans this year. I'm hoping to move up the Formula in the next few years and that will include a lot of travelling so to have them onboard is perfect. I'm really happy to have their name on the car and I'm looking forward to the future!"

Olli will be making history this weekend as he is set to be the youngest ever driver to compete in a Formula 4 race. Due to his birthday falling on the Sunday, Olli will not be allowed to take part in free practice or qualifying, which results in having to start from the back of the grid for the second and third races on Sunday. Olli showed his pace and determination during the two mid season tests at Croft and Snetterton, and proved that he is one to watch.

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