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Olympus supports Ferrari F1 Racing Team in 2005
Mark Peters : April 13th 2005 - 20:30 CET
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OlympusOlympus supports Ferrari F1 Racing Team in 2005 : The 2005 Formula One season has begun, and this is the third year for Olympus to sponsor Ferrari. The opening round of the FIA Formula One World Championship, the Australian Grand Prix, was held on March 6 in Melbourne. Ferrari drivers Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello were on the track. Due to a sudden downpour during the previous day’s qualifying session, Barrichello started out eleventh on the grid and Schumacher nineteenth in the very back row. Schumacher quickly moved up but, halfway through the race got involved in a collision coming out of the pit. Schumacher retired to save the engine for the next Grand Prix.
Olympus supports Ferrari F1 Racing Team in 2005Olympus - Continues support Ferrari
Boding well for the new season, Barrichello drove a superb race and finished second staying right behind the winner Giancario Fisichella until the last moment. Following last year when Schumacher and Barrichello dominated the field with first and second places at the Driver’s Championship Olympus continues to support the Ferrari racing team in its pursuit of the No. 1 position in the world’s top motor racing series.

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To commemorate its sponsorship, Olympus has launched two Ferrari S.p.A.-approved limited-edition digital cameras and held an exhibition featuring a Ferrari Formula One photo collection. This year, Olympus will release the Ferrari Speed View, the first binoculars to bear the best-known name in the automotive world. Olympus will continue to back and cheer on the Ferrari racing team through corporate ads created in collaboration with it.

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