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Alfa Romeo Racing adds Magneti Marelli, Adler-Pelzer Group as new partners

Swiss Formula One motor-racing team Alfa Romeo Racing has signed new partnerships with automotive components manufacturers Magneti Marelli and Adler-Pelzer Group.

Both companies will benefit from brand exposure on the team’s cars during the 2019 F1 season, which gets underway with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne next month.

Magneti Marelli will supply Alfa Romeo Racing with products that will be integrated in the team’s cars this season.

Alfa Romeo Racing was previously known as Sauber, but rebranded itself this season through an extended agreement with the Italian automotive marque.

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