GLOBUL will support the only Bulgarian Formula 2 driver Plamen Kralev within a unique race this Saturday. The company plans to establish a long-term partnership with the racing driver and his team.
At the spectacular race, Plamen Kralev and his Williams JPH1B bolide will compete with the MiG-29M OVT jet fighter on 600-meter track. The event will be held this Saturday, September 3, at the Krumovo airport as part of the jubilee BIAF 2011 Air Festival. Under the partnership agreement, GLOBUL's brand will be on Kralev's car and outfit.
Plamen Kralev started his career as a racing driver in 2007 at the age of 34. Until now he remains the only Bulgarian to win a race on a Formula 1 track. In 2009 he competed at the legendary race 24 hours of Le Mans and became the first Bulgarian driver to sign a contract for participating in the GP2 supporting series of Formula 1. Since 2010 he participates in the prestigious Formula 2 championship.