Formula 1 now has two major tobacco companies taking up branding on cars again, with Philip Morris International promoting its 'Mission Winnow' initiative on the Ferraris from late last year, and McLaren recently announcing a deal with former BAR owner British American Tobacco surrounding its new 'A Better Tomorrow' project. Outright advertising of tobacco products has been banned in F1 for more than a decade now, but could there be ways for more of these companies to come back to the grid in the future?
|Program||F1 News and Features|
|Episode title||Are tobacco companies making an F1 comeback?|
|Date added||15 February 2019|
|Related racing series||Formula 1|