British car manufacturer Aston Martin, will become Red Bull Racing’s title sponsor since next year.
In fact, on the eve of the 2016 season Aston Martin and Red Bull team to become innovative partners, the two sides together to develop Valkyrie this Hypercar, and now their relationship will move into the next stage, starting from next year in the 2010 ~ 2013 season to dominate F1 The team will continue to challenge the world’s top racing sport in the name of Aston Martin Red Bull Racing.
The establishment of a new advanced performance center in the Red Bull fleet Milton Keynes plant is a good part of the agreement, which will create more than 100 job opportunities to become the base for the development of their next generation of ultra-running and to promote the two brands Between the close cooperation.
“Our innovative partnership with Aston Martin has been a pioneering project since the first day of the beginning,” said Christian Horner, Red Bull’s team leader. “In 2016, after we envisioned and created the highly successful Aston Martin Valkyrie, “We are pleased to be able to further strengthen our partnership and we will see our team in the name of Aston Martin Red Bull Racing in 2018,” said Formula One.
“In addition, more than 100 Aston Martin personnel will enter our Milton Keynes plant in the advanced performance center, which will allow us to and Aston Martin in a special and innovative new projects, have further cooperation.”
Andy Palmer, president and CEO of Aston Martin, said his company has been able to benefit from the partnership, and said they will continue to focus on the development of the new engine rules in F1 2021, and see if it is possible to use the engine supplier “The title sponsorship is our next step with Red Bull Racing” Innovative Partners, “and we are enjoying the global brand awareness created by F1. We are discussing the supply of power units. But we believe that if the FIA can create a right condition for the environment, we will have the right condition, but we will not have the right condition. Interested in participating. “