Now, the Silverstone-based outfit has elevated its alliance with Aramco to new heights.
Exclusive partnership born
Aston Martin say that Aramco will play a pivotal role in delivering cutting-edge technology, offering top-tier fuels and lubricants to the team going forward.
This collaboration is especially significant as it aligns with the team's fresh partnership with Honda for the new works power unit engine under the upcoming F1 regulations, set to take effect in 2026.
Stroll: We share ambition
Away from the track, Aston Martin and Aramco are said to be extending their endeavours to joining forces on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
“We are very proud to continue and strengthen our successful partnership with Aramco," said Aston Martin executive chairman Lawrence Stroll.
“We already enjoy an important strategic relationship and their support as our title partner for the next five years is a clear demonstration of our shared ambition.
We're pleased to announce an extended partnership with @aramco, to become the team's title partner.
From 1 January 2024, the team will be known as the Aston Martin Aramco Formula One® Team.
“Since 2022, they have played a key role in Aston Martin’s Formula 1 journey and their contribution will only become more significant in the years ahead.
“We are working together on several key initiatives, including the development of advanced fuels for 2026, when we begin our Honda works power unit partnership.
“Aramco’s expertise and products will make a real contribution to our on-track performance and add significant value in many other areas of our organisation, especially at our new AMR Technology Campus.”
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