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Hisense joins Lotus as three-race sponsor

Lotus has announced that multi-national electronics manufacturer Hisense will join the team for the forthcoming Italian, United States and Abu Dhabi races. The Hisense logo showing on the prominent sidepod placement of the E22 at both Italy and the US races, before moving to the air box for the Abu Dhabi GP. The branding is part of a global promotion by the Chinese provider of flat panel TVs, household appliances and mobile communications. Matthew Carter, Lotus F1 Team CEO: "We are thrilled that Hisense has chosen Lotus F1 Team to enhance and strengthen its continued global development. Headquartered in China, Hisense has shown impressive development and worldwide expansion as a...
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