Acer Launches “Valterri’s Creator Challenge” in Favor of “Save The Children”” PACA Economic and Political Letter

The Valterri’s Creator Challenge1 is an international design challenge that encourages all creative minds to put their skills to the test to create Valtteri Bottas’ racing helmet design.

† The international jury will be made up of Hajo Blingen, Acer’s Vice President of Marketing, Frédéric Vasseur, F1 Team Team Principal and CEO of Sauber Motorsport AG and Valtteri Bottas

† The winning design will be worn and signed by the champion during one of the Formula 1 Grand Prix weekends and auctioned to benefit ‘Save the Children’.

† The winner will win a ConceptD 300 and a CP Series ConceptD display

† The competition has already started and creations can be submitted via the dedicated Valterri’s Creator webpage

Challenge until June 15, 2022.

Acer, official partner of Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN, is organizing an international design challenge1 in collaboration with Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN, Sparco and Formula 1 team driver Valtteri Bottas. The Valterri’s Creator Challenge is a competition open to all creative minds to arrive at the design of the racing helmet that will be worn by Valterri, one of the most famous figures in international sport, during one of the following weekends of the Formula 1 Grand Prix ​​This helmet will then be auctioned in support of the children’s rights organization Save the Children.

How to participate in Valterri’s Creator Challenge1:

† Participants can download, register the design template with instructions

and send their design through a dedicated website.

† A shortlist of the top three designs will be determined by online voting, and the winner will be chosen by a jury composed of Valtteri Bottas, Hajo Blingen, Acer VP Marketing and Frédéric Vasseur, F1 Team Principal and CEO of Sauber Motorsport AG

† The winning design will be created and donated by Sparco, to be worn in a Formula 1 Grand Prix race. The helmet will then be signed by Valtteri Bottas and auctioned along with a ConceptD 7 laptop for the benefit of Save the Children. .

† The winner will be announced in early July and will receive a ConceptD 300 desktop computer and a ConceptD CP-series display.

international jury

The three best creations will be judged by a prestigious jury composed of Frédéric Vasseur, Team Principal of Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN and CEO of Sauber Motorsport AG, Hajo Blingen, Vice President Marketing, Acer Europe and Valtteri Botas.

The judges will judge the three qualified projects on their originality, their emotional impact, their aesthetics and their technical feasibility. The grand winner will be awarded a ConceptD 300 workstation, ConceptD CP series screen and will see their creation in the spotlight during a Formula 1 Grand Prix weekend, followed by a sale at a charity auction where all proceeds go to Save the Children. †

The Valterri’s Creator Challenge will be available in more than 20 countries1 and will be distributed in close collaboration with local partners through special product promotions. For more information on how to submit and submit your design, please visit Valterri’s Creator Challenge webpage: HERE

To participate you just need:

† Download the model and graphic charter

† Make the design according to your inspiration

† Send your project before 15/06/2022

The winner will be announced on July 6th

1Check terms and conditions for participating countries

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