McLaren Racing has announced that a multi-year partnership with leading sports betting and entertainment group Entain, which will see the group’s PartyCasino and PartyPoker brands feature as team partners from the Monaco Grand Prix.
In addition, Entain will use the partnership with McLaren to explore strategies to promote safer betting and gaming, benefitting from the team’s unique perspective on maintaining control and managing risk.
Zak Brown, CEO, McLaren Racing, said, “Fan entertainment is a major focus for our team and sport. Like McLaren Racing, Entain brands such as PartyCasino and PartyPoker place high importance on providing moments of safe and responsible excitement for their customers.”
McLaren recently revealed that they will be driving in retro blue and orange Gulf Oil legendary livery for F1 car at Monaco Grand Prix. It is one of motorsport’s most legendary colour schemes to feature on McLaren’s MCL35M in a one-off special as F1 returns to the streets of Monaco. Monaco Grand Prix one of the most famous events in sports will return after a year’s absence from the calendar.
Along with competing in Formula 1, McLaren will also compete in Formula E in the near future. The racing firm has already acquired an option to contest in Formula E from the 2022/23 season. Before making the debut in this genre of racing, McLaren is going to carry out numerous tests on Gen3 care.
In the current campaign, McLaren is third in the constructor’s championship with 65 points, five points above Ferrari. Lando Norris currently sits in the fourth position in the constructor’s championship and Daniel Ricciardo is in the seventh spot. Lewis Hamilton continues to lead the chars in the drivers’ rankings with Mercedes as has managed three wins and four podium finishes this season. McLaren will be hoping that Lando Norris can propel in the top three by the end of the season.