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Red Bull Racing Honda Formula 1 Team Sponsors 2021

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Here is the list for the official sponsors of the Formula 1 team Red Bull Racing Honda.
Base – Milton Keynes, England, UK.

 

Rauch Fruchtsäfte – The Rankwell-headquartered Austrian fruit juices and tea beverages company has been a team partner of Red Bull Racing since its debut in 2005, supplying the team with its range of beverages and holding branding rights on Red Bull’s race cars.

 

Walmart – The Bentonville, Arkansas-headquartered American hypermarkets chain was announced as an official sponsor of Red Bull Racing in March 2021. The deal will see Walmart’s logo appear on Red Bull’s RB16B cars with the team’s fan merchandise made available for purchase on Walmart’s online store.

 

Oracle – The Austin, Texas-headquartered cloud tech company was announced as Red Bull Racing’s cloud infrastructure provider in March 2021. Oracle will help the F1 team optimise its data across its various departments and will be providing marketing cloud and customer experience products to help Red Bull provide its fans easier access to stats.

 

Mobil 1 Esso – Spring, Texas-headquartered Mobil 1’s racing fuel brand Esso has been the official fuel partner of Red Bull Racing since 2017.

 

Honda – Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, Honda provides the power unit (RA621H for this season) for Red Bull Racing’s race car (RB16B). In February 2021, Honda announced that while it will be leaving Formula 1 entirely at the end of the 2021 season, Red Bull Racing will be allowed to continue using its hybrid technology for the cars’ power units until 2025.

 

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Puma – The German sportswear giant was announced as Red Bull Racing’s official licensed partner in April 2015 in a deal that would commence in January 2016. Puma supplies the F1 team with racewear, footwear, teamwear and holds global merchandising rights.

 

TAG Heuer – The La Chaux-de-Fonds-headquartered Swiss luxury watchmaker held engine branding rights since from 2016 to 2018 when Red Bull Racing used Renault’s engines. Despite the team moving to Honda for engines since 2019, TAG remains its official timekeeper and watch partner in a deal that currently runs until the end of 2021.

 

Citrix – Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Citrix is a long-time partner of Red Bull Racing. It provides the team its array of server, desktop virtualization and networking-based services to increase its on-track efficiency. Citrix’s logo can also be seen on the team’s cars and clothing.

 

AT&T – The Dallas-headquartered American telecom giant has been an official partner of Red Bull Racing since 2012, providing the team connectivity services and subsequent support. AT&T’s logo can also be seen on the team’s cars and clothing.

 

INTERprotección – The Mexican insurance agency was announced to be returning as an official partner of Red Bull Racing for the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship’s US, Mexican and Brazilian Grands Prix. It previously worked with the F1 team in a three-race agreement in 2018. INTERprotección’s logo will feature on Red Bull Racing’s RB16B cars.

 

Therabody – The Los Angeles-based percussive therapy devices manufacturer was announced as Red Bull Racing’s recovery partner in March 2021. The deal will grant the F1 team access to Therabody’s products for warmup and recovery, including its flagship product, Theragun.

 

Hewlett Packard Enterprise – The Texas-based tech corporation has been a long-time partner of Red Bull Racing, delivering the team a responsive IT environment via its hyperconverged IT infrastructure, HPE SimpliVity.

 

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Siemens – The Munich-headquartered German industrial manufacturing and tech company has been an official partner of Red Bull Racing since 2004. The team uses Siemens’s software for product design, manufacturing, and digital lifecycle management.

 

América Móvil – The Mexican telecom corporation was announced as an official partner of Red Bull Racing in February 2021, making many of its subsidiaries a sponsor of the F1 team.

 

Telcel – Telcel is a Mexican wireless telecom company headquartered in Mexico City.

 

 

Claro – Claro is a Brazilian telecom company headquartered in São Paulo.

 

 

AlphaTauri – AlphaTauri is a fashion company owned by Red Bull. Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda Formula 1 Team also serves as a sister team to Red Bull Racing Honda Formula 1 Team.

 

Pirelli – Via its exclusive tyre deal with Formula 1, Milan-headquartered leading Italian tyre manufacturer Pirelli serves as the official tyre supplier for Red Bull Racing’s RB16B race cars.

 

IRIS – The London-based audio tech company serves as Red Bull Racing’s Official Audio Technology Partner since February 2020. IRIS supplies the team with audio enhancement software and equipment, as well as offering its customers limited-edition Red Bull Racing-themed products.

 

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DMG Mori – The Bielefeld-headquartered cutting machine tools manufacturer has been a technology partner with Red Bull Racing since 2004, supplying the team with its CNC-controlled machine tools.

 

Hexagon – Hexagon is a measurement technologies company based in Stockholm. It has been a long-time partner of Red Bull Racing, helping the team achieve precise measurements for the manufacturing of the car parts.

 

PWR Advanced Cooling Technology – PWR is an Australian cooling systems Manufacturer based in Ormeau, Queensland. It has been a technical partner of Red Bull Racing since 2010, supplying the team with bespoke radiators and car cooling solutions.

 

ANSYS – ANSYS is an American engineering simulation software developer based in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. ANSYS has been providing Red Bull Racing its range of software for aero development since 2005.

 

Gold Standard – Gold Standard is a non-profit climate security firm based in Geneva, Switzerland. It partnered with Red Bull Racing in November 2020 as part of the team’s ‘NO BULL’ initiative to increase sustainability and reduce overall carbon emissions.

 

Sabelt – Sabelt is an Italian car safety equipment manufacturer based in Moncalieri. It has been a partner of Red Bull Racing since 2004, equipping its cars with seats and seat belts with added quality control support.

 

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Precor – Precor is an American fitness equipment manufacturer headquarter in Woodinville, Washington.

 

OZ Racing – Headquartered in San Martino di Lupari, OZ Racing is an Italian manufacturer and supplier of alloy wheels for cars and motorcycles.

 

Oura Ring – Oura is a Finnish health tech company headquartered in Oulu, Northern Ostrobothnia. It was announced as a team partner of Red Bull Racing in November 2020 and helps the team track the performance, wellbeing, and recovery of its members and drivers.

 

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