Royal Bank of Canada signs deal with Williams F1 The global financial institution’s logo will be seen on the nose of the FW43, driven by George Russell and Nicholas Latifi during the Formula One season in 2020. RBC branding will also be featured throughout the ROKiT Williams Racing garage and hospitality areas, on teamwear and the drivers’ race suits.
Lavazza sponsors Williams F1 The Lavazza logo will make its debut on the FW43 challenger at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix. As well as on-car branding, Lavazza will be featured throughout the ROKiT Williams Racing garage and hospitality areas, on teamwear and on race suits of George Russell and Nicholas Latifi.
The Financial Times sponsors Williams F1 ROKiT WILLIAMS RACING AND THE FINANCIAL TIMES are pleased to announce a multi-year partnership. This will increase both organisations’ visibility among global, influential audiences and combine marketing assets, enabling the team’s commercial partners to access integrated sponsorship and advertising solutions.
Tata Communications sponsors Williams F1 The team will benefit from Tata Communications’ seven-season track record in the reliable delivery of network, hosting, broadcasting and security services to the Formula One ecosystem. The team will use Tata Communications’ digital infrastructure to enable real-time data transfer between the pitlane garage at all Grands Prix and the team’s factory in the UK.
ROKiT signs deal with Williams F1 Williams Racing has announced a new multi-year agreement today with ROKiT, a global telecommunications company, in which ROKiT becomes the team’s new title partner. The partnership was revealed during a special event held at Williams Racing HQ ahead of the 2019 season and signals an exciting new era for the team.
Omnitude sponsors Williams F1 Williams Martini Racing has today partnered with Omnitude to look at how blockchain technology can become a crucial tool within a Formula One team. Enterprise middleware technology provider Omnitude will work with the team to explore how blockchain technology could be implemented into numerous aspects of how a Formula One team operates.