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By mikel
January 28 2011

The latest creation from the Hinwill factory will be unveiled on Monday, and will be adorned with some new sponser stickers...the latest from tequila manufacturer Jose Cuervo. Its great to see fresh new companies coming into F1!

The latest creation from the Hinwill factory will be unveiled on Monday, and will be adorned with some new sponser stickers...the latest from tequila manufacturer Jose Cuervo. Its great to see fresh new companies coming into F1!

Mad Croc, an energy drink brand, and Certina, a Swiss watch maker, will also be staying on with Sauber Motorsport for the 2011 season, providing a firm foundation to the teams desire to attract and maintain a group of fine sponsers.

As for myself, with the ambient temps finally getting back to normalish...and not the -29C temps we experienced most of last week... I look forward the introduction of all the F1 teams cars...the grand (and sometimes not so grand) unveilings of their newest and (hopefully) greatest creations. 

It means that finally...winter testing is a go.

It also means that the first early spring race is just meer weeks away!

Spring and F1...could life actually get any better?

 

mikel

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