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Red Bull and ExxonMobil agree multi-year extension

Aston Martin Red Bull Racing has confirmed that it will continue its partnership with fuel and oil supplier ExxonMobil in a multi-year extension to its existing deal, which also reaffirms Red Bull's commitment to Formula 1. No team has yet to sign up to F1's new Concorde agreement which applies from next season, however, this deal looks set to mean that a signature from Red Bull would likely be a mere formality. Red Bull and ExxonMobil's partnership, which began in 2017, will continue into a fourth successive season. Synergy between fuel and oil suppliers and power unit suppliers has proven key during the hybrid era of F1. The extension of the collaboration between...
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