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Crypto.com becomes F1 Global Partner – a rise in crypto and exposure detailed

Formula 1 announced on Tuesday the signing of Crypto.com, a new crypto platform, as a Global Partner and Inaugural partner of the new Sprint series for 2021.

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Ferrari partnership with Philip Morris expires this year – what may happen if they don’t renew?

As Philip Morris and Ferrari reach their 50th year anniversary as partners, an expected contract renewal is appearing difficult to materialize. Last weekend, a statement from Riccardo Parino, Philip Morris’ vice-president of partnerships, read “the Mission Winnow logo will not be featured on the Scuderia Ferrari livery during races in the EU, starting with the […]

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France says don’t drink and advertise – F1 hit with alcohol sponsorship ban at French GP

Formula 1 and its teams are competing at the French Grand Prix with their alcohol sponsors facing censorship in accordance with local laws. The French advertising laws Loi Évin[1] (Evin’s Law) have struck Formula 1 and the teams harder in 2021 compared to previous years, where now none of the alcohol-based sponsors are allowed to […]

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How BWT’s iconic pink marked a newfound presence in Formula 1

The Austrian water treatment company started the year without a partner, and now finds itself with the strongest branding presence in the sport since joining in 2017. It is no surprise that when spotting a pink car in a motorsport event, the first brand that comes to mind is BWT, one of the most renowned […]

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Uralkali Haas F1 unveil new team colours and partners

Haas F1 Team launched their new Russian-based colours on Thursday, with a new set of sponsors joining them – namely Uralkali, 1&1 and Under Armour. Uralkali, one of the world’s largest potash fertilizer producers and exporters, becomes the title partner of Haas F1, in a multi-year agreement starting with the 2021 Formula 1 season. Dmitriy […]

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Red Bull Racing boosted by América Móvil and INTERprotección partnerships

Red Bull Racing announced this week the signing of new sponsors América Móvil and INTERprotección into the 2021 Formula 1 season. América Móvil, Mexican telecom giant, is the parent company of A1, Telcel, Infinitum and Claro – brands that will be present in the team’s car, driver overalls, teamwear and hospitality. “It is with great […]

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Richard Mille signs multi-year partnership with Scuderia Ferrari

Swiss luxury watchmaker Richard Mille becomes a Scuderia Ferrari team partner, arranging a multi-year partnership. Richard Mille reveals the next few years will see the development of a specific range of watches through the close collaboration of the factory in Switzerland and Ferrari’s design department. The Scuderia were previously sponsored by Geneva’s watch brand Hublot […]

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BWT confirmed as Aston Martin Cognizant F1 global partner

Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team has announced a new sponsorship deal with Austrian water technology specialist BWT – Best Water Technology, ahead of the team’s launch. BWT first partnered the Silverstone-based team in 2017, when its famous pink livery first took the Formula 1 community by storm. Over the course of 4 years, the […]

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BWT’s F1 musical chairs – how they got into a negotiation triangle

The future of BWT, an Austrian water treatment company, in Formula 1 was in jeopardy at the end of the 2020 season after months of rumoured disputes with previous partner Aston Martin. BWT, short for Best Water Technology, started its motorsport sponsorship journey in 2016, when they sponsored Lucas Auer’s Mercedes-AMG C63 DTM car. The […]

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Mercedes-AMG no longer the F1 Safety Car from next year, Aston Martin key contenders

Decalspotters understand from a reputable source that Mercedes-AMG will no longer provide the Formula 1 Safety Car and Medical Car from next year. The Affalterbach-based brand is believed to be replaced by British luxury carmaker Aston Martin, now owned by a consortium led by Racing Point’s Lawrence Stroll, as they return to F1 after 61 […]