Williams F1 Team has reunited with Petrobas, announcing that it has signed a 'multi-year deal' with the Brazilian oil company.
The team previously had an eleven season partnership with Petrobas between 1998 and 2008. The firm will supply Williams with a 'new specialist motorsport fuel' for the 2015 season, although its logo will feature on this year's Mercedes-powered FW36 and its team kit.
The deal ties in with Felipe Massa's move to the Grove-based outfit for the 2014 season. The 32-year-old is the only Brazilian driver in Formula One.
'We are very happy to be going back to the biggest motorsport competition in the world,' said Petrobras president Maria das Graças Silva Foster. 'During...
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