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Red Bull Racing extends partnership with Sabelt

  • Published on 26 Nov 2015 12:57
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  • By: Rob Veenstra

Infiniti Red Bull Racing has announced an extension of its partnership with Sabelt into 2017, continuing a long and successful relationship with the Italian safety equipment manufacturer.

This partnership extension is a continuation of a long and successful supply relationship between Sabelt and Infiniti Red Bull Racing, which has been in place since the team's inception in 2004. Sabelt have provided high quality safety belts and fittings for all our drivers in the team's 11 year history in the sport.

Sabelt was founded in 1972 as an Original Equipment Manufacturer of seat belts, and went from supplier to partner of Infiniti Red Bull Racing in 2005.  The Italian company has pioneered innovative manufacturing techniques for producing reliable, light weight safety equipment for extreme applications. As such, Sabelt has established itself as an industry leader in safety harness equipment across a range of top-level motorsports, as well as aerospace and automotive applications.

Christian Horner, Team Principal, said: "The safety of our drivers is of paramount importance, and a secure and reliable safety harness is a key ingredient of a safe car. We're pleased to continue working with industry leaders Sabelt to deliver this critical element of the car's safety package."

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