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.
RED BULL vs FERRARI: This Sunday, the F1 World Champion 2012 will be crowned in Brazil as Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel attempts to hold off a late challenge from Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso. B
LAST SUMMER at a reported $500 million, Marlboro extended its sponsorship of Ferrari’s F1 entry, the Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro car, until the 2015 season.
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
McLaren Racing Formula One team has confirmed that British American Tobacco (BAT) will sit out the season-opening Australian Grand Prix this weekend
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