Williams Racing and Gulf Oil ink long-term partnership

Long-term partnership to expand beyond the Formula 1 team as, in addition, Gulf will partner the Williams Racing Driver Academy and Williams Esports.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 09 Feb 2023 Views icon1895 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Williams Racing and Gulf Oil ink long-term partnership

Williams Racing and oils and lubricants manufacturer Gulf Oil International have announced a multi-year partnership.

Together, Williams Racing and Gulf will expand the partnership beyond the Formula 1 team as, in addition, Gulf will partner the Williams Racing Driver Academy and Williams Esports. The partnership will see the Gulf colours on the new FW45, race driver suits, pitstop gantry and some of the team’s key pitstop personnel.

Matthew Savage, Chairman of the Board, Williams Racing, said,  “I am incredibly excited about this partnership between Williams Racing and Gulf, a renowned and trusted global brand, who have put their trust in us as a long-term partner. This signifies the strength of our brand and commercial offerings as we continue our transformation. Gulf and Williams Racing share an illustrious motorsport heritage and, together, we are making history with this partnership.”

Mike Jones, CEO, Gulf Oil International: “Gulf has a proud history in motorsport with some of the most iconic and respected teams, and Williams Racing is no exception. Together we share decades of motorsport experience to bring motorsport, Formula 1 and Williams Racing fans closer to the sport they love through our partnership. We are also excited to expand our foothold in motorsport through the Williams Racing Driver Academy and Williams Esports. Together we share a vision of a bright modern future for motorsport on and off the track; made possible through our common culture of partnership and innovation. This makes Williams Racing the perfect partner for Gulf, and we’re excited to start this next chapter of our iconic motorsport story.”

 

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