Here is the list for the official sponsors of the Formula 1 team Alpine F1.
Base – Enstone, Oxfordshire, England, UK
Castrol – The Pangbourne-headquartered British global brand has been the supplier of automotive lubricants to the Renault-owned F1 team since 2017. The two last renewed their partnership in July 2019 to until the end of 2024.
RCI Bank and Services – The Paris-headquartered automotive financing expert has been a team partner of Alpine F1 since October 2017, when the team was known as Renault Sport F1. RCI is also a subsidiary of the Renault group and has its logo feature on the team’s race cars (A521 this season).
Mapfre – The Majadahonda-headquartered Spanish insurance firm has been a sponsor of the team since February 2017. Mapfre’s logo features on Alpine’s race cars and drivers’ suits and helmets.
BP – BP is a British oil and gas company headquartered in London that is also the parent company of Alpine F1’s automotive lubricants supplier, Castrol. BP has maintained a partnership with the F1 team since January 2017 and both BP and Castrol have their logos feature on the Renault-owned team’s race cars (A521 this season).
DuPont – DuPont is an American technology-based materials and solutions provider headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware. DuPont signed a multi-year technical partnership deal with Renault Sport Racing in April 2019. The deal focuses on delivering hybrid and electric powertrain innovative solutions and grants DuPont branding on the team’s race cars.
Plug Power – Plug Power is an American hydrogen fuel cell systems manufacturer headquartered in Latham, New York. It was announced as a partner of Alpine F1 in March 2021. Plug Power’s logo will feature on the team’s race cars and drivers’ suits and it works with the F1 team to deliver sustainable mobility solutions.
Microsoft – The Redmond, Washington-headquartered American tech giant has been a partner of Renault Sport Racing since 2012 (when the team was called Lotus F1), helping the team with car design and delivering innovative data-driven solutions.
Bell & Ross – The Paris-headquartered French luxury watch company has been a partner of Renault Sport Racing since February 2016. The deal has seen the two collaborate on a new limited-edition range of Renault-themed watches every year.
Eurodatacar – The French antitheft marking expert has been a partner of Renault Sport Racing since 2016. The deal grants the company branding rights on Alpine F1’s race cars.
Pirelli – Via its exclusive tyre deal with Formula 1, Milan-headquartered leading Italian tyre manufacturer Pirelli serves as the official tyre supplier for Alpine’s A521 race cars.
Genii Capital – Genii Capital is an international financial advisory and investment firm headquartered in Howald, Hesperange, Luxembourg. It served as the primary owner and manager of the team between 2010 and 2015, and currently retains a minority stake.
Renault E-Tech – Renault E-tech is the range of hybrid engines Alpine F1 uses in its cars (Renault E-Tech 20B this season). The engines are produced in Viry-Châtillon, Paris.
Yahoo! – Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, media and online business group Verizon Media signed a two-year strategic partnership with Renault Sport Racing in September 2019. The deal is aimed at providing the Verizon brand increased global exposure, with its subsidiary and once famous web services provider Yahoo! listed as an official sponsor of the F1 team.
3D Systems – 3D Systems is an American manufacturer of 3D printers, 3D printing materials and 3D scanners headquartered in Valencia, California. It has been delivering 3D printing systems and solutions to Renault Sport Racing since 1998.
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HP (Hewlett-Packard) – Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, the American tech company has been Official Supplier and Technical Partner of Renault Sport racing since August 2019. HP supplies the F1 team with its range of workstations, laptops, desktops and monitors, and in turn holds branding rights on the team’s race cars and also across its garage and hospitality areas.
PerkinElmer – PerkinElmer is an expert in diagnostics, life science research, food, environmental and industrial testing headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts. It has been a partner of Renault Sport Racing for nearly three decades. The PerkinElmer lab located at Alpine F1’s base in Enstone provides the team support in proactive monitoring, issue prevention, and performance enhancement of its race cars’ components.
Le Coq Sportif – Le Coq Sportif is a French sports equipment manufacturer based in Romilly-sur-Seine. It signed a three-year partnership deal with Renault Sport Racing in November 2017 which commenced with the 2018 F1 season. As per deal, Le Coq Sportif supplies the entire team with uniforms, as well as holds rights for designing and selling team-branded fanwear and merchandise.
GF Machining Solutions – Headquartered in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland, GF Machining Solutions is one of the longest-serving technical partners of Renault Sport Racing, supplying the F1 team with advanced machine tools and innovative automation solutions.
Siemens – The Munich-headquartered German automation company has been an official partner of Renault Sport Racing for over a decade. Siemens works with the F1 team to help them design and manufacture advanced composite materials.
Alpinestars – Asolo-headquartered Italian clothing company Alpinestars serves Alpine F1 as an Official Supplier of protective clothing and accessories for its drivers.
Boenig – Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, aerospace company Boenig has been a partner of Renault Sport Racing since June 2004. Boenig works with the F1 team over several aerospace and motor racing projects.
Elysium – The Southfield, Michigan-headquartered multi-CAD enabling software provider has been an Official Supplier to Renault F1 since 2003. The team uses Elysium’s software for 3D data translation and supply chain streamlining.
GCAPS (Global Center for Automotive Performance Simulation) – GCAPS is an American virtual development support provider for the transportation industry headquartered in Alton, Virginia.
Hexis – The Frontignan-headquartered French self-adhesive vinyl films manufacturer has been an Official Supplier of vinyl signs to Alpine F1 since 2018. The two last renewed their partnership in March 2021.
Jabil – Jabil is an American manufacturing services provider headquartered in St. Petersburg, Florida. It has been a partner of Renault F1 since May 2019 in a deal that focuses on additive manufacturing to help the team obtain 3D-printed race car parts faster and more efficiently.
Linde Material Handling – Headquartered in Aschaffenburg, the German lift and warehouse trucks manufacturer has been an Official Supplier of forklifts and racetrack construction support to Renault F1 for nearly a decade.
Matrix Fitness – A commercial brand of American exercise equipment manufacturer Johnson Health Tech, Matrix Fitness has been an Official Supplier of bespoke fitness equipment to Renault F1 since 2006.
Roland DG – Roland DG is a Japanese digital printing solutions provider headquartered in Kita Ward, Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture. Roland serves Alpine F1 as an Official Supplier of print and cut equipment.
Trak Racer – Headquartered in Brunswick East, Victoria, the Australian company has been an Official Supplier of racing simulators to Renault F1 since October 2020.
Volume Graphics – The Heidelberg-headquartered German software company has been an Official Supplier of software pertaining to non-destructive testing based on industrial computed tomography (CT) to Renault F1 since 2016.