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8Scuderia Ferrari drops Marlboro from its name

While cigarette-brand logos once adorned most of the Formula 1 cars on the grid, tobacco sponsorship in F1 has been banned for years. The last holdout was Ferrari, but even that's been scaled back to oblivion over the past few seasons.

4Ferrari renews deals with Marlboro, Puma

Tobacco advertising has been banned from Formula One racing for several years now, but that doesn't appear to be deterring either Ferrari or Philip Morris. The two companies have just announced a renewal of their partnership over the team officially known as Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro through 2015.

48Ferrari addresses criticism over Marlboro sponsorship

2010 Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro F10 – Click above for high-res image gallery

4Ruh-Roh: Ferrari's new F1 car already in trouble

Click above to view the new Scuderia Ferrari F60 in high resolution

46Scuderia Ferrari unveils the new F60

Click above to view the new Scuderia Ferrari F60 in high resolution

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