Pata Yamaha Prometeon WorldSBK expands exclusive FX partnership with Corpay for 2023
Corpay, a FLEETCOR® (NYSE: FLT) brand and global leader in business payments, is pleased to announce that Corpay’s Cross-Border business has expanded their partnership with Pata Yamaha Prometeon WorldSBK for the fourth consecutive season, to further communicate its industry-leading FX solutions as the team challenges for the FIM Superbike World Championship title in 2023.
Last week, Yamaha’s official WorldSBK revealed its new look for 2023 which features clear Corpay branding beside the #54 and #55 front number plates of the race machines of the team’s riders Toprak Razgatlıoğlu and Andrea Locatelli. The team will also carry Corpay’s identity on their official team uniform as well as the riders’ racing leathers and supporting materials, as they fight for race victories and championship honours across a global 12-round WorldSBK competition calendar this season.
Paul Denning – Team Principal, Pata Yamaha Prometeon WorldSBK:
“Corpay became our exclusive provider of Foreign Exchange and Cross Border Payment solutions in 2020, immediately supporting our global racing operations via improved FX costs and mitigating currency movement risks. As a global leader in the sector, it has been a pleasure to introduce Corpay to Yamaha and the WorldSBK marketing platform, and it is with great pride that we welcome them as one of our key primary partners in 2023. We look forward to an exciting season on track together, and to further delivering the advantages of Corpay’s services to our business partners and suppliers.”
Brad Loder – Vice-President, Marketing, Corpay Cross-Border Solutions:
“Corpay is very excited to expand our partnership with Pata Yamaha Prometeon WorldSBK and become a primary partner for 2023 season. We remain confident that the team, along with their business partner network will continue to benefit from access to our comprehensive cross-border payments and FX risk management solutions and look forward to cheering on the team as they focus on winning the FIM Superbike World Championship title in 2023.”