Crimson Bull have taken sportswear producer Puma and software program firm Citrix off of their sponsorship checklist.
The group signed a long-term take care of Puma again in 2015 to return into impact from 1st January 2016 and have had the corporate as a sponsor, in addition to producing the group clothes, since.
Changing Puma to make the group clothes is British model Castore, who’re additionally clothes sponsors of McLaren.
Decal Spotters have shared the information to Twitter, writing:
“#SponsorWatch: Reigning World Champions @redbullracing have eliminated long-time companions Citrix and Puma from their checklist of companions. Moreover, their new Workforce Equipment provider, Castore, has been added.”
The alternative of Puma with Castore has been met with some backlash on Twitter. One person responded to the information writing:
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“They’re horrible. Twitter is stuffed with McLaren F1 followers complaining about their merch from final yr made by Castore”
One other person defended the clothes, responding:
“I’ve fairly just a few McLaren-Castore stuff, and all of its really fairly good high quality. No points to date, had many of the stuff 6 months+”
One Twitter person commented on the group parting methods with Citrix. They commented:
“Vista Fairness Companions and Evergreen Coast Capital acquired Citrix Techniques to merge it with TIBCO Software program, this will likely kill off the Citrix identify/model and obs their focus might have shifted…”
The removing of Puma and Citrix may be seen on Crimson Bull Racing’s web site and so confirms that their branding is not going to be on the upcoming 2023 automobile, the RB19.
This comes after Mercedes misplaced their cryptocurrency sponsor, FTX, after the corporate filed for chapter. AlphaTauri have additionally simply introduced that they’ve parted methods with sponsors Fantom and ICM.com.