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Global Online Food Delivery Market is Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 16.46% During 2019-24

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The global online food delivery market has been growing at an excellent rate and it is going to see a significant boom in the coming years as well. As per the report published by Reportsweb.com, it has been found that the global online food delivery and takeaway market is expected to see a growth of 16.46% CAGR during the time-period, 2019-24. The report covers the regions namely, North America, Europe, APAC, and ROW. And the countries included in the official report are the US, Canada, UK, Italy, Spain, France, Netherlands, China, Japan, India, Australia, Brazil, and the UAE.

In addition to this, the report highlights data for the historical period (2014-2018) and the forecast period (2019-2024). In the year 2018, the online food delivery market stood at USD 53578.5 million. The reasons for the high growth in this sector are increasing youth population, changing lifestyle and eating preferences, and the growing internet penetration. With the increasing use of smartphones, it has become common for people these days to try different cuisines. The promotional strategies of the companies and the cashback offers are the other factors which would help the global online food delivery market to grow during the forecast period, 2019-24.

In the US, food delivery is expected to see significant growth as people heavily search for pizza delivery near me to eat pizza. And in the near future, the use of e-bikes to deliver pizza and other food items will be easily seen in the US. The presence of a high number of food delivery services is one of the prime reasons for this sector in the country.

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Richard Heistand Talks 2019, 2020 with GRT Grasser, and Le Mans

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Third year sports car driver Richard Heistand is realizing a childhood dream in racing in the world’s longest sports car races.

It’s been one hell-of-a-ride from car-crazed youngster to Le Mans hopeful, but Heistand’s track record proves he has earned his stripes the hard way.

Heistand has been racing professionally since 2005, but after a decade away from the sport, he returned to the track in 2018; it’s safe to say he has finally entered his racing prime.

His return to motorsport began in 2018 by competing in the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, which is the toughest one-make series in the world.  Heistand put in strong performance after strong performance in the globe-trotting series that accompanies Formula 1.

In 2019, Richard raced for Aim Vasser Sullivan in the Lexus RC F GT3 in the IMSA Weathertech SportsCar Championship.  He was tasked with representing Lexus in their only motorsport and marketing program in North America. And represent he did, Heistand was behind the wheel for two series victories at Detroit and Mid Ohio with co-driver Jack Hawksworth.

“2019 was an amazing year for me.  It was nice to take the skills I developed in Europe and apply them in the premier sports car racing championship in IMSA.  It was rewarding to be able to capture a pole position and race wins in my rookie season against experienced, silver rated professional drivers,” said Heistand.

Heistand now races for GRT Grasser Racing/Lamborghini in the IMSA Weathertech SportsCar Championship.  The factory-supported effort features Lamborghini factory drivers and is expected to contend for the win any time that it hits the track. The blue-ribbon races in that championship consist of the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona and two of the most renowned motor-sport races in the world, the 12 Hours of Sebring and Petit Le Mans. The races are broadcast live on NBC and NBCSN.

“We had an unlucky Rolex 24, but I know the GRT Grasser Racing Team will come back strong.  I am happy to be with them in 2020 and know that we will be in the hunt at Sebring.  The attention to detail shows why they win the biggest races.”

Yet it was the IMSA Weather-Tech Sportscar Championship competitor’s auto-invite into the 2020 edition of the 24 Hours Le Mans, which is mounting to be his largest challenge.

Heistand explained, “I earned an auto-invite into Le Mans because I was the top bronze-rated driver in last season’s GT Daytona Class. I’ve accepted the entry, and I’m part of a team that won’t settle for anything less than an all-out win. Races like Le Mans is why I became a professional racing driver in the first place, and I can’t wait for the green flag and the action to begin.”

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