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Global tobacco giant Philip Morris International has confirmed that Mission Winnow, its new smoke-free brand-image campaign, will sit out its third Grand Prix of the season in France this weekend

The World Health Organisation has thrown the spotlight on tobacco company partnerships with motorsports teams in a statement urging governments to enforce bans on tobacco advertising at sporting events

US tobacco giant Philip Morris International has confirmed that ‘Mission Winnow’ will continue as title partner of the Ferrari F1 team for 2019, despite being removed for this weekend’s season-opening Austr…

Tobacco giant Philip Morris International has dropped its Mission Winnow branding from the Scuderia Ferrari Formula One team name, and the logo has been censored at Formula1.com

Formula One motor-racing team Ferrari has sealed a sponsorship deal with Australian forex and CFD broker EightCap

Tobacco giant Philip Morris International is bracing itself for trouble Down Under, after the Australian government launched several investigations into the legality of its new Ferrari-Mission Winnow branding

Tobacco giant Philip Morris International is paying $180m (€158m) per season to sponsor the Scuderia Ferrari Formula One team, according to sources close to the deal.

Ferrari has today (Thursday) unveiled a new livery as main sponsor, US cigarette and tobacco company Philip Morris International (PMI), returns to a more prominent branding association with the Formula…