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Haas Automation to sponsor Ferrari through 2015

Ferrari has announced a new sponsor in the form of Haas Automation - the world's largest producer of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machines. The company's logo will be seen on the sidepods of the F14-T from the British Grand Prix onwards until the end of the 2015 season when it will become title sponsor of its own F1 team the following season. "We are pleased to welcome Haas Automation as our latest official supplier," said team principal Marco Mattiacci. "This agreement strengthens our existing links in the USA, an important market not only for our company, but also for Scuderia Ferrari, as it is one where the team already benefits from several important...
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