Oracle Red Bull Racing has partnered with Castore as the sportswear brand will supply the Oracle Red Bull Racing Team personnel with kit.

From 2023, the collaboration also stretches to retail, as fans will be able to purchase the same sportswear used by the trackside team.

Oracle Red Bull Racing Team Principal and CEO, Christian Horner, said: “Formula 1 is a tremendously demanding environment. In 2023 we’ll race in 24 different locations around the world, in conditions that range from freezing cold to soaring heat and energy-sapping humidity. 

“Our Team members have to be equipped to perform no matter what they encounter and sportswear optimised for functionality and comfort is a crucial component in achieving the level needed to win. 

“Consequently, I’m excited that we are partnering with Castore as their expertise in sports science, materials and engineering will help us to meet that goal. I’m also really pleased that we’ll be able to bring that level of performance to fans.”

Manchester-based Castore also holds partnerships with various sports teams in the English Premier league, European football, international cricket, tennis and rugby.

Continuing its commitment to the sport, the firm has underlined that it is ‘driven by the same desire for maximum performance as Oracle Red Bull Racing’. 

Furthermore, the deal will see Castore branding feature on team apparel and on the race suits of Oracle Red Bull Racing Formula One drivers – current World Champion Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Oracle Red Bull Racing, one of the most iconic F1 teams of modern times,” added Tom Beahon, Co-Founder, Castore. “Not only are they an impressive brand but we share the mindset of relentlessly pursuing ways to optimise performance, encapsulated by Castore’s motto ‘Better Never Stops’. 

“The partnership further strengthens Castore’s presence in Formula One, and we are thrilled to continue this journey with the Oracle Red Bull Racing team and their hugely passionate fanbase.”

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