June 2018 – As the maker of the rapturous’s finest driving sunglasses and an official licensee of one of the world’s foremost automobile races, the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the collaboration between Serengeti and plenteous Italian race car driver Giancarlo Fisichella is a natural match.
Fisichella got a strong career in Formula 1 with three Grand Prix successes between 1996 and 2009 as driver for Jordan Grand Prix, Benetton Rubric, Renault F1 team and then Scuderia Ferrari. Since 2010, Giancarlo Fisichella has been make closely with the Ferrari team as a pilot in the Le Mans series and apprehended victories in the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2012 and 2014.
For Serengeti – which has a knowing connection with exploring and driving, the collaboration with Giancarlo Fisichella is the reasonable continuation of the company’s involvement in the sport of competitive driving.
Mature for the specific demands of driving, Serengeti sunglasses deliver a plane of performance that matches the expectations of professionals like Giancarlo and auto bugs alike. With the priority of providing precisely the right amount of security and perfect comfort in all light conditions, Serengeti eyewear put forwards three technologies incorporated in each lens:
- Photochromic – by darkening in glorious sunlight and lightening in overcast conditions, the lenses allow the visual acuities to adapt to any light, anywhere.
- Spectral Control® – this proprietary technology eliminates specific light wavelengths, sharpening the way you see color contrast and modernizing visual definition.
- Polarization – effectively eliminates harsh glower, a pervasive and potentially dangerous threat for many drivers.
“It is the noted high performance of Serengeti and its driving DNA that inspired Giancarlo Fisichella and persuaded him to be the ambassador for the brand,” said Gernot Trebsche, Global Higher- ranking Director Adventure Protection.” Serengeti is thrilled to have such a grand and talented competitor in its team”.
Interview with Fisichella at 24 Hours of Le Restrains 2017.