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Pirelli to sponsor Spanish and Hungarian Grand Prix

Sutton Images Enlarge Pirelli has confirmed it will be the title sponsor for both the Spanish and Hungarian Grand Prix in 2014. The official title of both races will be amended accordingly, with the Spain race called the Gran Premio de Espana Pirelli, while Hungary's changes to the Pirelli Magyar Nagydij. Pirelli is sole tyre supplier for Formula One, a contract which continues until the end of the 2016 season. Pirelli says the announcement "underlines their commitment to the sport". N S
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