McLaren renewed its sponsorship deal with Santander, slowing the mass exodus that's left the Formula One team without a title sponsor.
Holiday shoppers get more than they bargained for when F1 driver Jenson Button dispenses some holiday cheer for Santander, sponsor of the McLaren team and the British Grand Prix.
It's not terribly uncommon for famous people to insure a body part (or, ya know, a pair of 'em) that's necessary for them to continue moving forward with their career. For instance, we have no qualms whatsoever with Heidi Klum's policy that insures her priceless legs for $2.2 million. On the other hand, we're not so sure Michael Flatley's kickers are worth their reported $39 million policy.
Ferrari's 2010 Formula One car won't be officially revealed by the team until January 28, but a quick preview of the new car's livery was provided by Fernando Alonso during a test at Circuit Paul Ricard. Spanish bank Santander, which followed Alonso from McLaren to Renault to Ferrari, is making the most of its time with the most famous marque in motorsports.