Le Coq Sportif sponsors Renault Sport F1 Cyril Abiteboul, Renault Sport Racing Managing Director : “I am very happy le coq sportif is joining Formula 1 with Renault Sport Formula One Team. The arrival of a new team kit supplier not only demonstrates the interest created today by Renault in Formula 1, but also the appeal that this sport represents for a brand already partnered with prestigious athletes in football, cycling, tennis and rugby. The drivers and the members of Renault Sport Formula One Team will benefit from the technical clothing expertise of this historic and emblematic sports brand. We are already working on a complete merchandising range in the team colours and collaborative projects that will allow our programs to crossover.”
MAPFRE Insurance signs deal with Renault Sport F1 Cyril Abiteboul, Managing Director, Renault Sport Racing : I’m very pleased that MAPFRE is making its Formula One debut with us. MAPFRE is targeting expansion on a global level and our F1 team is an excellent platform to reach this objective. MAPFRE is a great brand with a solid understanding of sponsorship ; it is well equipped to add value to their partnership with us. We hope to reward them in 2017 with a strong step forward in performance. Finally, historical affinities between Renault, F1 and Spain are once more alive thanks to this partnership.
Castrol signs deal with Renault Sport F1 BP and Renault Sport Racing have today announced a new partnership which will see the global oil company join the recently reformed Renault Sport Formula One Team in support of their ambition to fight for the World Championship in the next five years. BP and Castrol, the oil company’s global lubricant brand, will provide fuels and lubricants for the upcoming Formula 1 season, which gets underway in Melbourne, Australia, in March.