FuturoCoin sponsors Red Bull Racing FuturoCoin unveiled as Partner of Aston Martin Red Bull Racing in first-ever F1 cryptocurrency sponsorship.Aston Martin Red Bull Racing is pleased to announce a new partnership with global cryptocurrency, FuturoCoin. The partnership represents the first time a cryptocurrency has sponsored a team in Formula One, and marks another exciting step in the development of this industry.“In recent years, the rise of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies has been truly remarkable, and we’re delighted to be the first Formula One team to embrace this, through our partnership with FuturoCoin,” said Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Team Principal, Christian Horner. “Secure digital currencies are on the leading edge of technological development and we are very excited to be part of this revolution.”The multi-year agreement will see FuturoCoin branding feature on the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing RB15, team transporters and drivers’ overalls. Roman Ziemian, co-founder of FuturoCoin added, “Cryptocurrencies and Formula One are very similar and their values are much alike; speed, technology and being ahead of their time. I’m a huge fan of motorsport and F1 has always intrigued me. The sponsorship is an exciting new chapter for our company and will be a global platform for us to drive awareness of FuturoCoin.”Paulina Woźniak, CEO of FuturoCoin’s management company, said: “We are very proud that FuturoCoin will be the first cryptocurrency in the world to appear on a Formula One car. In addition, we are looking forward to working alongside Aston Martin Red Bull Racing, a prestigious brand that is recognised across the world.”
DITA sponsors Red Bull Racing The Team are pleased to announce a new partnership with DITA, designers of innovative, finely crafted eyewear. Established in 1995, DITA designs and manufactures edgy-yet-elegant eyewear, drawing inspiration from an eclectic variety of sources, all the way from the mechanical underpinnings of the industrial revolution to the glamour of Hollywood's golden age. DITA has long associations with aviation and motorsport and a history of looking beyond traditional materials and manufacturing technologies in its pursuit of excellence."We're delighted to be beginning a partnership with DITA," said Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner. "DITA's dedication to precision and craftsmanship matches our own, while it has a passion for innovation and materials technology that fits perfectly with the image of Formula One. It's fantastic to add a stylish new partner to the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing stable."Adding to Christian's comments, Micky Dhillon, CEO of DITA said "DITA has always had a passion for innovation and automotive performance. We are thrilled to have partnered with Aston Martin Red Bull Racing to develop new products with ingenuity that push the limits of high-end optical craft and design."As our official eyewear partner, DITA will supply sunglasses to drivers and trackside personnel and its logo will feature in and around the team garage.
Aston Martin partners with Red Bull Racing The rumours are true: in 2018 we'll be competing as Aston Martin Red Bull Racing. Today we're announcing Aston Martin as our title partner from the 2018 season. We've been working with the world famous sportscar maker for 18 months and this is the logical next step in strengthening our relationship.Eighteen months ago, Red Bull Racing and Aston Martin launched an Innovation Partnership. We've carried the iconic wings badge on the nose and sidepods of the RB12 and RB13 and, of course, worked together to create the ground-breaking Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar. We're now taking that partnership a step further. Several steps, actually.The deepening ties between the two companies is far more than a branding exercise, with an expanded technical partnership taking concrete form – bad pun intended – in the shape of a new Advanced Performance Centre at our Milton Keynes home. The new facility will house 110 Aston Martin design and engineering staff who will be working with their Red Bull Advanced Technologies counterparts to create the Valkyrie's successors.The Team has enjoyed a great relationship with Aston Martin, partnering for multiple activations including Daniel and Max's caravan race around the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg...In the words of Christian Horner: "Having conceived and created the remarkably successful Aston Martin Valkyrie together in 2016, we extended our relationship this year and are now delighted to further strengthen the Partnership and see the team competing as Aston Martin Red Bull Racing from 2018."Aston Martin President and CEO, Andy Palmer, added: "Title partnership is the next logical step for our Innovation Partnership with Red Bull Racing. We are enjoying the global brand awareness that a revitalised Formula One provides. The power unit discussions (in Formula One) are of interest to us, but only if the circumstances are right. We are not about to enter an engine war with no restrictions in cost or dynamometer hours but we believe that if the FIA can create the right environment we would be interested in getting involved."The relationship between Aston Martin and The Team began in 2016 after the two companies combined cutting edge F1 technology and Aston Martin's signature sports car design to produce a ground breaking hypercar. The Aston Martin Valkyrie is set to be the first in a line of new products to be borne of this Innovation Partnership and will make its first run in 2018 before being delivered to customers in 2019.Aston Martin will feature prominently across the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing team from the start of the 2018 season.