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OZ Racing keeps supplying Red Bull Racing until 2018

  • Published on 26 Nov 2015 15:11
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  • By: Rob Veenstra

Infiniti Red Bull Racing has announced an extension of its longstanding partnership with wheel manufacturer OZ Racing for a further three years until the end of 2018.

The wheels supplied by OZ Racing are exceptionally lightweight, whilst at the same time easily withstanding the extreme forces experienced on track; making them a great partner for Infiniti Red Bull Racing.

OZ Racing is an Italian company with its main headquarters and production facility in San Martino di Lupari, Padua, Italy. They sell light alloy wheels through a global network into multiple sectors, including: racing, after-market, motorbike, and OEM.

OZ has been involved in motorsport for more than 30 years as supplier of top teams across a variety of global race series. The quality and performance of OZ's racing products is evidenced in the number of victories and World Titles their customers have achieved during a long history in motorsport. OZ use these years of racing experience to develop a superior performance product, offering wheels which combine cutting edge material and manufacturing technology, quality and safety.

Claudio Bernoni, CEO, OZ SpA: "Our partnership with Infiniti Red Bull Racing demonstrates the value, competence and reliability of our products. For us, this is the best opportunity to test our products in extreme conditions and transfer the experience to our wheels dedicated to street use."

Christian Horner, Team Principal: "We select our innovation partners carefully, and in each case have selected what we believe to be the best available product for the job - as well as a great partner to work with. OZ Racing are no exception to this, and we're pleased they will be continuing as a partner to deliver exceptional products to us for another three years."

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