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Ferrari to remove Mission Winnow logos for EU events

Mission Winnow branding will not feature on Ferrari’s Formula 1 cars across the coming months. Long-term Ferrari partner Philip Morris International launched a new initiative at the 2018 Japanese Grand Prix as part of a move towards a non-tobacco future. Mission Winnow’s branding featured sporadically across the last two seasons but it has been more […]
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