Mercedes got new sponsor for 2023 season

Mercedes have reported vehicle lifecycle the board programming firm Solera as new group supports on a long term bargain.


The understanding will see the Solera marking show up in the group's vehicle and on the left sleeve of the drivers' and pit group's overalls, as well as in group clothing.

Their logo will likewise be highlighted on the Mercedes-Benz AMG vehicle utilized for 'Hot Laps' at a race end of the week this season, with Solera depicting themselves as the 'worldwide forerunner in vehicle lifecycle the board programming as-a-administration, information, and administrations', with in excess of 300,000 clients overall in more than 100 nations.

Mercedes Chief and group head Toto Wolff said: "Information development, joined with the drive for extreme execution through individuals, cycles, and innovation, are signs of an effective business and group.

"We are really glad to invite Solera to the group as an accomplice, not just because of their standing as an industry chief however inferable from our common convictions and values."

"It is incredible to invite Solera to our developing accomplice family," Richard Sanders, Mercedes' business chief added.

"As pioneers in our particular enterprises, there are numerous collaborations between our two organizations. We are eager to start our relationship and featuring the Solera brand to our worldwide crowd."

"Solera and the Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Formula One Group share a similar obligation to change the car business," said Darko Dejanovic, Chief of Solera. "That is the reason we're amped up for this joint effort. It presents a valuable chance to break new limits and motivate greatness on a worldwide scale."

Mercedes will be hoping to return to the top after a disheartening 2022 season by their elevated expectations saw them take one triumph and third spot in the Constructors' Title, having come out on top for the past eight championships in succession.

The Silver Bolts will send off the all-new W14, highlighting Solera marking interestingly, on Wednesday 15 February, before pre-season testing starts off in Bahrain the next week.

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