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Manor unveils its new blue branding livery
Manor Marussia F1 team has unveiled its updated livery after securing a new sponsorship deal ahead of the British Grand Prix.

The team has secured a deal with Flex Box, Adorned on the sidepods of the car is backing from Flex Box, which manufacturers and supplies shipping containers. It also brings a revised colour scheme on the car, with the addition of blue.

“We are very pleased to welcome Flex Box to the Manor Marussia F1 Team. We are two very ambitious businesses, aspiring to dramatic growth on the international stage and making a major impact in our respective industries, said John Booth, Team Principal.

“This is our second partnership announcement in just a few weeks, so these are exciting times in our team’s development. It is very rewarding for us to be able to welcome likeminded brands to join us on that journey and assist them in achieving their own global objectives.”

“I am delighted to have agreed a partnership between Flex Box and the Manor Marussia F1 Team, and to be announcing this at the team’s home Grand Prix this weekend,” said Henrik Nielsen, Managing Director & Owner, Flex Box Ltd.

“We have a strong pedigree in sports car racing, with partnerships across nine different categories, so Flex Box already has a presence in motor sport. We are very pleased to be extending that presence into Formula 1 for the first time, a move that is representative of our global ambitions for the growth of our business.”

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