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Alfa Romeo and PKN ORLEN extend title partnership

Alfa Romeo Racing and fuel and lubricants giant PKN ORLEN have announced that their existing partnership will be extended for a third season into 2022. ORLEN has been the squad's title sponsor since 2020 with its brand added to the team’s entry name and its distinctive logo - featuring the ORLEN eagle - incorporated into the livery of the Swiss team’s cars. The deal means that former F1 driver Robert Kubica will also continued in his role as reserve driver for the team, while an all-new main driver line-up will consist of Valtteri Bottas and Guanyu Zhou. Read also: Giovinazzi insists 'I will be professional these last few races' “We are delighted to extend our successful partnership...
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