Here is the list for the official sponsors of the Formula 1 team Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen (Sauber Motorsport).
Base – Hinwil, Zürich, Switzerland
Alfa Romeo – The Turin-headquartered premium automaker signed a technical and commercial sponsorship with Sauber Motorsport ahead of the 2018 F1 season which saw the team rebranded as Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team. Ahead of the 2019 season, the name was further changed to Alfa Romero Racing, taking ‘Sauber’ out of the team’s name for the first time since its debut in 1993.
PKN Orlen – The name of the Sauber-operated F1 team was changed yet again ahead of the 2020 season when Płock-headquartered Polish oil refiner and petrol retailer PKN Orlen signed on a Co-Title Sponsor of the team alongside Alfa Romeo. The team is since thusly called Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen.
Here are the organisations listed on the Sauber website as an Official Partner – the second tier of the team’s sponsorship portfolio.
Adler-Pelzer Group – The Hagen-headquartered automotive components and systems expert serves as an Official Partner to the team since February 2019, with its logo featuring on the team’s racecar (C41 this season). Sauber confirmed in March 2021 that Adler will be returning as a Partner for the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.
Acer – The Taiwanese tech company serves Sauber as an Official Partner since June 2020. The deal sees Acer supply ConceptD workstations to the team’s base in Hinwil to help in the car development phase.
Built For Athletes – Built For Athletes is a backpack brand that serves as the Official Backpack Supplier to Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen. Limited edition backpacks of the F1 team’s theme are also available on the company’s official online store.
Carrera Eyewear – The Padova-headquartered sunglasses and sports eyewear manufacturer serves as an Official Partner to the F1 team since February 2018. Carrera’s logo features on the team’s cars and the drivers’ helmets and race suits.
Singha – The Thai brewery serves as an Official Partner to Sauber since February 2019, its logo featuring on both of the team’s racecars. The two last renewed their partnership in February 2021.
Additive Industries – The Eindhoven-headquartered additive manufacturing company is an Official Partner of Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen since 2017, supplying the F1 team with its MetalFAB1 system for carrying out efficient 3D printing.
GlobeAir – GlobeAir is a private jet operator headquartered in Hörsching, Austria.
IQONIQ – The Monte Carlo-based fan engagement platform as announced as Sauber’s Official Fan Engagement Partner in November 2020 in a deal that would commence with the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. IQONIQ’s logo features heavily on the pit crew helmets and Sauber’s C41 racecars. IQONIQ’s app also offers fans exclusive content and unique opportunities.
Iveco – The Turin-based Italian transport vehicle manufacturing company serves as the Official Truck Partner to Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen since February 2019. Iveco supplies the team with trucks to help them seamless move around their equipment.
Livinguard – The Zug-headquartered hygiene tech company became an Official Partner of Sauber ahead of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. Livinguard will be providing the team health and safety solutions to help them traverse through the COVID-hit tournament.
Magneti Marelli – The Corbetta-headquartered Italian automotive components manufacturer serves as an Official Partner to the team since February 2019. Marelli supplies the team with its products and has its logo feature on both of Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen’s C41s.
Mitsubishi Electric – The Tokyo-headquartered electronics and electrical equipment manufacturer also serves as an Official Partner to Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen.
Pirelli – Via its exclusive tyre deal with Formula 1, Milan-headquartered leading Italian tyre manufacturer Pirelli serves as the official tyre supplier for Sauber’s C41 racecars.
Save the Children – Save the Children is a charity focused on providing children around the world better education, health care, and economic opportunities. It serves as an Official Partner to Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen since 2019.
Sparco – The Volpiano-headquartered Italian auto parts and accessories manufacturer serves as an Official Partner to Sauber since January 2019. Sparco’s logo appears on the F1 team’s racecars as the company supplies the drivers and crew with safety gear.
Walter Meier – The Schwerzenbach-headquartered precision machining solutions and consultancy services provider has been an Official Partner of Sauber since 2000.
Zadara – Headquartered in Irvine, California, Zadara is a American cloud computing company specialising in “edge cloud” services. It was announced as Sauber’s Official Cloud Supplier in February 2021. The deal will see Zadara provide the F1 team cloud computing infrastructure and subsequent support for their day-to-day digital operations.
Here are the organisations listed on the Sauber website as a Team Supplier.
AB Dynamics – The Bradford-on-Avon-based automotive test systems manufacturer serves as an Official Team Supplier to Sauber Motorsport since June 2019, supplying the team with its advanced Vehicle Driving Simulator (aVDS).
Brütsch/Rüegger Tools – Headquartered in Urdorf, Zürich, Brütsch/Rüegger is a Swiss retail firm for quality tools, standard parts and products for industrial safety.
Riedel – The Wuppertal-headquartered German communications equipment manufacturer also serves as an Official Team Supplier to Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen.