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Monster Energy leaves Mercedes to join McLaren in 2024

F1 Grand Prix, GP Italy, Autodromo Nazionale di Monza Following the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Monster Energy has announced a partnership with McLaren Racing, ending its long association with Mercedes. McLaren Racing has announced that Monster Energy, a leading global energy drink brand with deep roots in motorsport, will join their F1 team from the 2024 season owards. The announcement also means Monster's partnership with Mercedes comes to an end after 14 consecutive seasons. The multi-year partnership will see Monster Energy enter a new racing chapter alongside McLaren, continuing its journey in motorsport sponsorship with the energy drink company claiming that it 'will...
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