McLaren Racing declares Lifebuoy as official hygiene partners of the British racing team, the company will be displayed from Belgian GP.
McLaren has announced an official association with Lifebuoy on the official website, as the hygiene partners amidst the Coronavirus pandemic. As part of the partnership, Lifebuoy will feature on the visor strip of both drivers’ helmets, beginning at the Belgian Grand Prix in Spa.
Lifebuoy, the world’s number one selling hygiene soap brand will supply the team with hand hygiene products, both on the track, in the Formula 1 paddock, and at the McLaren Technology Centre in the UK.
The use of Lifebuoy products will help the team to continue to protect themselves and others from the deadly virus, which has partially stopped the world.
“The Lifebuoy brand has an extensive history of helping people around the world with their personal hygiene. Covid-19 represents one of the biggest challenges the world has ever faced, yet simple actions such as the use of hand hygiene products can go a long way to protecting people against the pandemic.
“We look forward to working with Lifebuoy as we seek to protect our team members and the communities we race in, and to spread awareness of the importance of hand hygiene,” said Mark Waller, Managing Director of Sales & Marketick at McLaren.
“As an iconic household brand, Lifebuoy is on a long-standing mission to inspire better hygiene practices, at home and at work. We’re looking forward to working with McLaren to improve hand hygiene for the team during the Formula 1 season and helping to make it safe to race, while together raising awareness of the importance of good hygiene to people everywhere.” Kartik Chanrashekhan, Vice President, Lifebuoy.
McLaren racing keen on making into top4
McLaren had a good start to the season with Lando Norris registering crucial points in the first race of the season by coming 3rd. The team is still in good motion but faces competition from Renault, Racing Point and Ferrari.
As of now, it remains to be seen what lies in the future of McLaren, but so far they have been descent and might come into top-4 in the grid.