Ferrari’s controversial Mission Winnow branding, which did not appear on its cars at any race during 2020, may not be gone for good.
An Italian consumer rights group has threatened legal action against Ferrari and demanded the seizure of its new F1 car, claiming it is unlawfully promoting tobacco products.
Ferrari has revived its controversial and little-seen Mission Winnow title for the first time in in five months ahead of this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Ferrari will remove the Mission Winnow logos from its car at the next two rounds of the world championship.
Ferrari has requested another change to its official team name for the Bahrain Grand Prix, reinstating the Mission Winnow slogan it removed in Australia.
Ferrari has revealed the livery it will use for this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix after choosing to remove the logos of Mission Winnow from its car.
Ferrari has removed Philip Morris International brand Mission Winnow from its official Formula 1 team name.
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Ferrari’s title sponsor denies its Mission Winnow brand is being used for tobacco promotion despite its trademark containing multiple references to tobacco products.
Ferrari has revealed a portion of its new livery carrying the logo of Mission Winnow, a joint promotion with major sponsor Philip Morris International.