Rich Energy drop Haas. No.... Really. Seriously........

Rich Energy drop Haas. No.... Really. Seriously........

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Petrus1983

4,782 posts

126 months

Monday 15th February
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AJB88 said:
105.4 said:
I think they do a fair bit in America?
I meant in F1
I’d say an affiliation with the multiple world champions is better than being more prominent on a mid field car - the hospitality for their directors is probably better too!

https://www.monsterenergy.com/sports/formula-1-rac...


AJB88

7,417 posts

135 months

Monday 15th February
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I'm guessing its a sponsorship deal with Mercedes to sponsor the helmets only? because Rosberg and MS had it as well.

CoolHands

12,460 posts

159 months

Monday 15th February
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I can’t bare to look at his face, so not looked at any twitter stuff. So did they announce anything or not?

vaud

39,906 posts

119 months

Monday 15th February
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djgritt said:
Coca Cola are affiliated with McLaren already aren’t they? They have been for a couple of years at least.
Yes, renewed in 2020.

CocaCola don't need to do much primary sponsorship; it's one of the worlds most recognized brands. They do bits for new brands (e.g. Monster)

sgtBerbatov

2,597 posts

45 months

Monday 15th February
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JonChalk said:
ajprice said:
There's a part 2, because making this one whole video is hard hehehttps://twitter.com/rich_energy/status/13609762089...

Still not a real announcement though. They decided not to enter their own team, and they've 'agreed' a majority stake of an F1 team to become a title sponsor in 2022 of a team who shall not be named.

Yeah right.
Panthera rofl
It'll be the Monaco GP team, and Storey will pay the $200 million fee.

Bacon will also start flying.

Deesee

5,070 posts

47 months

Monday 15th February
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vaud said:
djgritt said:
Coca Cola are affiliated with McLaren already aren’t they? They have been for a couple of years at least.
Yes, renewed in 2020.

CocaCola don't need to do much primary sponsorship; it's one of the worlds most recognized brands. They do bits for new brands (e.g. Monster)
Just the Olympics and the World Cup, and of course Xmas hehe

vaud

39,906 posts

119 months

Monday 15th February
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Deesee said:
Just the Olympics and the World Cup, and of course Xmas hehe
Fair point. Touché.

Nampahc Niloc

777 posts

42 months

Monday 15th February
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Some pretty blatant Coca Cola sponsoring down the side of this year’s McLaren.

Edited by Nampahc Niloc on Monday 15th February 19:53

Teddy Lop

4,701 posts

31 months

Monday 15th February
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AJB88 said:
I know this guys a joker, hes potentially trying to latch on to somebody who has potentially put investment into a team. Really hope its not Aston Martin. I actually hope its nobody.

Chances are though, Alfa Romeo to stop sponsoring Sauber?
I hear his "mate with the money" are the mazepins.scratchchin

It wouldn't be dull...

PartsMonkey

212 posts

101 months

Friday 26th February
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Sandpit Steve said:
AJB88 said:
I'm quite surprised Monster Energy haven't ventured into car sponsorship yet, apart from the helmet sponsorship for Mercedes not seen them on anything else.
Monster is a Coca-Cola brand, from knowing people there they’re slightly more conservative with their sponsorship investments than Red Bull. They’re not about to sink tens of millions into an F1 team.
Monster is owned by Monster Beverage Corporation. Coca Cola's energy drink is Relentless. Though, you are right about Coke being conservative as I can't recall ever seeing Relentless branding in any sport.

vaud

39,906 posts

119 months

Friday 26th February
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PartsMonkey said:
Monster is owned by Monster Beverage Corporation. Coca Cola's energy drink is Relentless. Though, you are right about Coke being conservative as I can't recall ever seeing Relentless branding in any sport.
Per wiki:

Monster Beverage Corporation is an American beverage company that manufactures energy drinks including Monster Energy, Relentless and Burn. The Coca-Cola Company owns 19.4%.

2172cc

737 posts

61 months

Friday 26th February
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PartsMonkey said:
Sandpit Steve said:
AJB88 said:
I'm quite surprised Monster Energy haven't ventured into car sponsorship yet, apart from the helmet sponsorship for Mercedes not seen them on anything else.
Monster is a Coca-Cola brand, from knowing people there they’re slightly more conservative with their sponsorship investments than Red Bull. They’re not about to sink tens of millions into an F1 team.
Monster is owned by Monster Beverage Corporation. Coca Cola's energy drink is Relentless. Though, you are right about Coke being conservative as I can't recall ever seeing Relentless branding in any sport.
Relentless were in Superbikes.....you might recognise the rider

AJB88

7,417 posts

135 months

Friday 26th February
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some guy

Monkeylegend

20,611 posts

195 months

Friday 26th February
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The last time I saw him he was going asre over tit in a field at 60 mph.

AJB88

7,417 posts

135 months

Friday 26th February
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Attempting a new record in Scotland now

carinaman

16,662 posts

136 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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Rich Energy were mentioned on the latest 44 Teeth lockdown show. Seems they're sponsoring a TT rider to participate in the Dakar motorcycle race.

the tribester

1,302 posts

50 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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carinaman said:
Rich Energy were mentioned on the latest 44 Teeth lockdown show. Seems they're sponsoring a TT rider to participate in the Dakar motorcycle race.
James Hillier.

The Spruce Goose

27,750 posts

159 months

Wednesday 3rd March
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carinaman said:
Rich Energy were mentioned on the latest 44 Teeth lockdown show. Seems they're sponsoring a TT rider to participate in the Dakar motorcycle race.
With real money or monopoly money?

HustleRussell

19,102 posts

124 months

Thursday 4th March
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The Russian flag IMO is more embarrassing for Haas than the Rich Energy saga ever was.

HardtopManual

1,575 posts

130 months

Thursday 4th March
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HustleRussell said:
The Russian flag IMO is more embarrassing for Haas than the Rich Energy saga ever was.
Luckily, Mazepin isn't allowed to race under it!