Rokit signs W Series women's motorsport sponsorship deal

Tuesday 10 December 2019 | 11:19 CET | News
The W Series women's motorsport organsiation has announced a new multi-year sponsorship deal with global telecoms company Rokit Phones. This is the first major partnership agreement since the launch of W Series in October 2018.

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Companies: Rokit
Countries: World
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