MyShoppingFinder.com and Sam Bird on track for Formula One

Blink and you’ll miss us because we’ll be moving so fast, but this year MyShoppingFinder.com will be out on track with British motor sport’s hottest rising star, Sam Bird.

Sam Bird during pre-season testing at the world-famous Silverstone circuit

Sam Bird during pre-season testing at the world-famous Silverstone circuit

The 24-year-old from Surrey is competing in the GP2 Series, the final step on the journey that leads to the speed and excitement of Formula One.

And as he hurtles around the most famous circuits in Europe – places full of glamour and history such as Monte Carlo, Monza, Silverstone and Spa – he’ll be carrying the logo of MyShoppingFinder.com on the rear wing of his iSport International car.

This is all thanks to his partnership with Onlineability, the Hertfordshire web design company that runs this site as well as maintaining and updating Sam’s own website.

Onlineability’s involvement with motor sport comes through its racing news site, BritsOnPole.com, which covers the achievements of British drivers in single seater racing in Europe, America and across the globe.

Some quiet time for Sam away from the track

Some quiet time for Sam away from the track

Last season Sam carried the BritsOnPole and Onlineability logos to the top step of the GP2 podium, and we’re hoping to bring him even more luck this year.

Onlineability’s co-owner Andy Darley said: “Sam is well on his way to being one of the UK’s next big sporting superstars, and we’re pleased and proud to be able to help him get there through our work on his website.

“He has exactly the right combination of skills to make it into the competitive world of Formula One – he’s quick, smart and fearless, as well as being a thoroughly pleasant young man.

“On top of that he’s naturally stylish, and that makes him the perfect person for MyShoppingFinder.com to team up with.

“Our website visitors care about style and about what looks good, but they don’t want lots of fuss and they don’t want nose-in-the-air snobbery.

“They couldn’t have a better representative out on track than Sam Bird.”

Sam on track at Silverstone. Pic: GP2 Series

Sam on track at Silverstone. Pic: GP2 Series