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Petrobras to develop Williams F1 fuel for 2015

Williams Grand Prix has announced the conclusion of a new multi-year partnership agreement with Brazilian multi-national energy company Petrobras. The deal will see Petrobras work on new fuels for the team to be used as of the 2015 season, meaning that Williams will run this season with Mercedes' recommended Petronas fuels. Williams and Petrobras have had a history of technology collaboration dating back to 1998 when the team started using Petrobras' fuel for the first time in a partnership which lasted for 11 years. This new agreement will see the Williams and Petrobras technical collaboration continue once more as the two parties work together to develop a new specialist motorsport fuel...
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