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Haas title sponsor Rich Energy loses court case over logo

Rich Energy, title sponsor of the Haas F1 Team, has lost a high court battle over its logo, initated by British bicycle brand, Whyte. Whyte claims that Rich Energy ripped off its logo with a blatant copy and took legal action against the energy drinks company. The court battle concluded with Judge Melissa Clarke ruling in Whyte's favour. The decision could see Rich Energy forced to change its logo, which features heavily on both Haas F1 cars and sees Whyte entitled to damages or an account of Rich Energy’s profits. In her ruling, the judge stated that it was her belief that evidence had been 'manufactured' by Rich Energy CEO William Storey and graphic design...
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