The Spanish oil company, although in the hands of the fund Ipic of Abu Dhabi, Cepsa, could leave the Formula 1 in 2016. It seems that the leaders of the fund Ipic has other goals to promote the brand Cepsa away from the world of motor. The goal is to sponsor the Real Madrid team football for your logo to appear in the advertising spaces of the white club.
Cepsa could announce in a few months that says goodbye to the sponsorship that you have currently with the team Toro Rosso of F1, the team that runs the Spanish Carlos Sainz Jr., which is part of the advertising campaigns of the oil. This could not only be bad for the young rider from madrid, but also for the team Toro Rosso, who should replace this sponsor for another to continue entering money to fill in the gap left.
Ipic acquired Spanish oil company in 2011, and since then it seems that they are taking a new direction, and does not seem to be very for the work to continue to support the athletes spaniards the world of the engine. However, if they are interested in other sports more popular in the arab emirate as it is the football. Is more, Antonio ALbacete, our champion in the world of trucks, you have already been informed that they will no longer support him.
And in the social networks of Cepsa also left a message something confusing with respect to the future of F1. In the message text appears “In Cepsa, we are very proud to have helped Carlos to achieve the objective of the Formula 1.“. A message that looks like more of a farewell after years of support to Toro Rosso from that it entered in 2011 with the arrival of Jaime ALguersuari.