Malaysian national oil and gas company PETRONAS has signed a long term agreement with Mercedes GP which will see them become the teams Title Partner. PETRONAS, which was a long time Sauber sponsor, will now display it's distinctive branding across the new Mercedes Grand Prix car and team.

The Mercedes GP PETRONAS Formula One Team, as it will be known, are due to debut their 2010 car in its new livery at Valencia at the beginning of February during the first of the pre-season tests ahead of the 2010 Formula One season... [read more]

Seven times F1 champion Michael Schumacher is still being persistently linked with the second available seat at Mercedes and it has been reported over the last couple of days that the German has told Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo that there is a very strong possibility he will race a Mercedes in 2010

Founded in 1974, PETRONAS posted a net profit of 15.3 billion US dollars from a turnover of 77 billion US dollars in fiscal year 2008/2009 (ending 31 March 2009).

Editorial: Neil Tozer
Photo: Mercedes GP

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