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Hugo Boss to switch from McLaren to Mercedes

Long-term McLaren sponsor Hugo Boss has dealt the team a blow following confirmation that it will switch to rival Mercedes next season. The fashion brand has been linked with McLaren since 1981, making it the longest ever sports sponsorship partnership. But it will come to an end this year. "The McLaren-Hugo Boss association has been an outstandingly successful F1 partnership for more than 30 years," a team spokesperson told journalist Adam Cooper.  "However, Hugo Boss has recently decided to co-operate with Mercedes-Benz on a number of international marketing projects unrelated to F1. "That being the case, it would be inappropriate for Hugo Boss to continue in...
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