The Formula 1 team previously known as Toro Rosso and AlphaTauri has been renamed Visa Cash App RB, with Red Bull and Visa expressing excitement about the new identity and its potential for future competitiveness.
‣ The Formula 1 team previously known as Toro Rosso and AlphaTauri has been renamed Visa Cash App RB.
‣ Red Bull, the parent company of Visa Cash App RB, is excited about the new identity and sees it as the start of a new journey to increase the team’s competitiveness.
‣ Visa has joined as a partner, indicating a focus on the future and the development of digital financial services.
‣ Cash App, one of the most downloaded finance apps, has also joined the team as a key partner.
Toro Rosso, AlphaTauri, and now Visa Cash App RB. That’s the evolution of the team that saw the likes of Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen. It’s official, folks. The team’s got a new name. Red Bull, the big boss of Visa Cash App RB, is over the moon with the news.
Oliver Hughes, the Chief Marketing Officer at Red Bull Technology, had something to say. “The birth of Visa Cash App RB is a big deal,” he said. But it’s not just a name change. Oh no. It’s the start of a wild ride. A journey that’s gonna take the team to new heights.
And guess what? One of the world’s most iconic brands is now the team’s title partner. But don’t think Visa is resting on its laurels. Just like the team, Visa’s got its eyes on the prize. It’s moving beyond its core business. It’s setting the pace in the world of digital financial services. And it’s doing it for everyone, everywhere.
‘Visa Cash App RB at the front of the grid’
Visa’s not just partnering with Red Bull Racing. It’s also teaming up with Visa Cash App RB. But the second namesake is sticking with Red Bull Racing’s little bro. “Cash App is joining the team as a key partner. It’s one of the most downloaded finance apps,” Hughes said. The team’s new identity? Visa Cash App RB. And it’s all about the future. A future where the team is gunning for the front of the grid every weekend.