The Formula 1 Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix 2023, which is scheduled for May 5-7, 2023, has signed a new partnership with the American on-demand, private vehicle delivery service, Draiver.
Following the partnership, Draiver has been named the official event supporter of the marquee event.
As per the deal, the American entity will be seen giving entitlement to several exclusive areas on-site that will have its own branding. The partnership also includes the MIA Hospitality Village, Turn 18 Suites, and Turn 18 Club with the latter two locations offering fans a panoramic view of the sequence of corners at the end of the back straight, which is one of the best overtaking zones on the track.
Draiver will host the guests of the MIA Hospitality Village which is located inside the Baptist Health Training Complex. The guests will enjoy a spacious, climate-controlled club area with a variety of amenities such as an all-day café, mixology bars, and the option to drive racing simulators.
Jeremy Walls, Senior Vice President, Chief Revenue Officer of Hard Rock Stadium and Formula 1 Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix 2023, said, “We are thrilled to have Draiver join us as an official event supporter for this year’s race. Through the engagement across the Turn 18 Club, Suites and MIA Hospitality Village it’s great to be able to partner with Draiver building on our relationship as a trusted source that has already transported our Miami Formula 1 showcar to the Miami International Autodrome.”
Zarif Haque, Founder and CEO of Draiver, commented, “Draiver is excited to be a part of this year’s race and build our relationship with the Formula 1 Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix 2023. Our space will offer guests an opportunity to relax and enjoy the race, and it’s the perfect place to introduce our new on-demand car delivery app. We move vehicles faster for our global business customers, and now we’re using that expertise to move cars on demand for consumers.”
Draiver is a rapidly growing automobile delivery and transportation technology firm headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas, with offices in the United States, Mexico, Brazil, and Canada. Founded in 2013, the company used an effective hybrid business strategy that combined AI technology with a network of independent, elite gig drivers to revolutionise car delivery. The platform transports 6,000 automobiles per day for auto and truck dealers, vehicle service centres, fleet businesses, rental businesses, and OEMs thanks to cutting-edge technology that more adeptly navigates difficult delivery logistics.