McLaren has dropped all of its Vodafone branding after the expiration of their sponsorship deal.
The telecoms giant first entered an agreement with the British team ahead of the 2007 Formula One season, jumping ship from Ferrari in a deal thought to be worth around £60m.
McLaren had planned to reveal its new title sponsor on December 2nd after Vodafone confirmed earlier in 2013 that it would be withdrawing from Formula One at the end of the year. However, the team opted to scrap the unveil plans. This decision coincided with Kevin Magnussen's confirmation for 2014, leaving Sergio Perez without and seat, suggesting that Telmex – a major backer of Perez – may have been the...
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