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FIRST LOOK: Martini returns with Williams F1

Williams F1 has officially confirmed a title sponsorship deal with Martini, one that will see the iconic Martini Racing moniker return to Formula 1 in 2014. Following weeks of speculation, the Italian drinks firm will revive its involvement in the sport as part of an agreement with the Williams team that will see it compete under the “Williams Martini Racing” banner in 2014.“We are thrilled to welcome Martini to the Williams family and officially launch Williams Martini Racing,” said team founder Sir Frank Williams. “Williams and Martini share a rich history in the world of motorsport, and the values of our two brands and our shared passion for racing make this partnership a...
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