Lars Sondergård from Denmark won the exciting Young European Truck Driver final. The competition was decided in Södertälje, Sweden, on Saturday afternoon and attracted close to 10,000 spectators. Lars Sondergård, who participated in the YETD final for the second time, beat 25 other talented young professional drivers from countries throughout Europe.
Tomorrow (Friday, 24 April), 26 of Europe’s best young truck drivers will begin their battle to win Scania’s Young European Truck Driver (YETD) competition 2015 at Scania in Södertälje, Sweden. The winner will be announced on Saturday after an exciting head-to-head precision driving event featuring the three best finalists. This year’s global driver competitions attracted more than 100,000 participants, which is a new record.
Martin Lundstedt, President and CEO has decided to leave Scania. “We respect Martin Lundstedt’s decision to leave the company and wish to thank him for his successful efforts to further develop and strengthen Scania’s strong market position during his years as President and CEO,” says Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, Chairman of the Scania Board of […]