F1 » Ferrari extends Santander deal


Ferrari has formally extended its sponsorship agreement with banking giant Santander through to the end of 2017.

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Firestorm - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 10:21 AM

It feels good that Santander still wants to invest in Formula 1. With the likes of Vodafone that started thinking to leave the motorsport...this isa nice effort from Santander. I think that they should be rewarded with Alonso winning the drivers championship. If you look at the past, Alonso hasn't been in a better position since 2005.

aldo2654 - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 8:38 PM

Another team that require a PAY driver to pay there teams expenses. Supposedly they are the richest team in F1, but need a rent driver: Alonso. He is a complete and utter waste of space. Santander pay for him to be at Prancing "S***e" Horse.

Sean - Unregistered

September 11, 2012 9:10 AM

@Terminator ... Santander may be a Spanish bank but they are the biggest financial house in South America, much bigger than they are in Spain / Europe ... Massa is huge in Brazil, it's an extremely good marketing ploy ... just as it is in the UK with Jenson now as they have appeared to drop Lewis off their branding over the last year or so ... You might want to check where their CEO is from ... :-) ... Santander is key to Massa remaining at Ferrari ... if you think otherwise maybe hit up Google or Wilipedia ...

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