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'Petronas to end partnership with Mercedes, new sponsor already lined up'

It looks like Mercedes will have a new major sponsor starting next season. Current sponsor Petronas seems to leave the German team after this season and that opens the door for a new sponsor and the name is a familiar one within the F1 paddock. Decalspotters thinks to know that Aramco will be the new sponsor of Mercedes. The medium, that focuses on sponsors within the motorsport, report that Petronas will end its cooperation with Mercedes at the end of this season and that oil giant Aramco will join as a sponsor. Aramco is already a sponsor of Formula 1 and the name often appears during race weekends. Read more Australian GP organiser not worried yet: 'On the calendar' Red Bull warms up...
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