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Red Bull extend partnership with ExxonMobil

Red Bull Racing and ExxonMobil have signed a contract extension that will see the fuel company continue to supply fuel and lubricants. Red Bull Racing swapped to ExxonMobil as a fuel supplier at the end of 2016, meaning they were there for the swap between Renault and Honda power units at the end of 2018. Since the partnership began, Red Bull have been continuously public in their praise of ExxonMobil. The duration of the contract for the fuel supply to Red Bull hasn't been specified beyond this being a ‘multi-year' contract extension and will see Esso Synergy racing fuels and Mobil 1 lubricants supplied to the team, as well as prominent branding on the cars and team garage and...
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