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Toro Rosso partners up with RDS

Formula One motor-racing team Toro Rosso has agreed a new partnership with Japanese design and technology company, RDS.

Terms of the deal with the Italy-based team were not disclosed, but RDS is set to receive brand exposure on the front wing of Toro Rosso’s race cars.

Anri Sugihara, chief executive of RDS, said: “RDS is an ambitious, growing company with big dreams to help lots of people. This partnership is a first step for us and, just like the advanced technology F1 brings to society, will help achieve the mission of RDS, ‘Making today’s ideals tomorrow’s normal’.”

Franz Tost, team principal of Toro Rosso, added: “It’s very good news to have another Japanese brand partnering the team and it’s another clear demonstration of Toro Rosso’s growing popularity in Asia.”

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