Red Bull is always looking for new collaborations on its expertise. For the Japanese Grand Prix, the Austrian racing stable has partnered with Asian company BINGO. The company arranges auctions for luxury cars and therefore has a lot of experience when it comes to famous cars and brands.
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''We appreciate that Suzuka is home to some of our most avid fans and to have this unique collaboration with BINGO will be another memorable addition to the race, as Formula One returns to Japan. The premium nature of BINGO’s operation is a natural fit for Oracle Red Bull Racing, and we’re proud to have their name on the car at the much-anticipated race in Suzuka,'' Christian Horner commented in the press release.
''Our company prides itself in dealing with the best brands of cars and presenting our clients with first-class bespoke services. The affinity we share with the values of Formula 1 and the Oracle Red Bull Racing team of performance at all levels, BINGO aims to be at the height of our market and are very enthused for this partnership. As motorsport fans, we have watched the continual success of the team and are excited to be with them on their return to Japan,'' concluded BINGO CEO Shinji Takei.
BINGO is not the only new name on the RB18 of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez. Indeed, Honda also returns as title sponsor this weekend. Red Bull and Honda announced on Wednesday that the partnership will be extended again, meaning that Honda can now be read on the side of the Red Bull and AlphaTauri cars in addition to HRC.