Ferrari removes sponsorship logos from cars

SEPTEMBER 14, 2001

Ferrari removes sponsorship logos from cars

FERRARI has decided that as a mark of respect for the American people it will run its cars this weekend without any commercial sponsorship. The company says that this has been done to accentuate the fact that this is a purely sporting event with no commercial implications.

The move is a good compromise for Ferrari which did not want to face accusations of going ahead with the race for the wrong reasons.

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