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Bosses defend F1 team's awkward new name

Feb.26 New team CEO Peter Bayer has defended the decision to give the former Alpha Tauri team an awkward and controversial new name for 2024 and beyond. Officially, Red Bull's second F1 team – originally renamed Toro Rosso after the Minardi acquisition – will be known as ‘Visa Cash App RB' from now on. 'We are actually very satisfied,' Bayer told the Austrian portal motorsport-magazin.com. 'We had the incredible ‘problem' that Visa and Cash App wanted to support us and help the team reach the next level,' he said. 'The reality is that we simply needed sponsors to make this whole thing work.' Bayer said the team has been relying almost completely on owner Red Bull...
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