Bradley Downton has tonight confirmed that his Downton FV team have split from long time sponsors Orange Telecommunications. The split has been rumoured over the past month but both sides have declined to comment, until tonight when Downton finally confirmed his teams cars would no longer bear the Orange logo.
In a low key event, Ingram GP revealed their 2015 challenger to small group of journalists and fans outside the team's factory in Cambridge.
The 2014 Formula V World Championship runners-up Liverpool V-Prix Racing today unveiled their challenger for the upcoming season, which they hope will take the fight to Franklin Honda.
In a ceremony held in the Ellesmere Port factory, the team showed off their 2015 team before inviting the media and fans into the pitlane of the team test circuit.
2015 has dawned upon us, and Warrior have made considerable changes to it's setup, almost completely starting from scratch in terms of sponsorship.
Multi-Billionaire Team Principal Dylan Lopez has committed himself to this year's car, which includes a fresh lick of paint, new suspension, new floor design, new rear wing, and a new deal with engine manufacturer Mercedes. I guess the only thing that stays the same is the fact Harding and Osterhagen aphave retained their seats, as Ivan Lesic and Michal Kubat look to come back into the top-tier of motorsport.
All were present at Team HQ in Athens where the reveal took place. After speeches and questiond from Lopez, all drivers, and a streaker... Warrior finally unveiled their challenger for 2015.