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Andretti unveil new livery following MS Amlin change

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Credit: Andretti

MS Amlin Andretti will be using a new livery for the rest of the season following a change in status of its title sponsor.

MS Amlin have now integrated with its parent company Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance, part of Japan’s MS&AD Insurance Group Holdings Inc.

As a result the car’s new livery will feature the current Andretti livery being peeled away to reveal he logo of MS&AD.

The new livery will be debuted at this weekend’s New York ePrix on the cars of both Antonio Felix da Costa and Robin Frijns.

Speaking about the change, Adrian Britten, MS Amlin’s Director of Brand said, “Our business enables people, businesses and communities to overcome adverse events such as those brought about by extreme weather.

“Providing continuity and creating resilience around the world is simply what we do.  Championing alternative fuel transport solutions shows our commitment to mitigating risks that threaten us all. 

“That’s why MS Amlin committed to the Formula E series before the first cars ever hit the streets. It’s why we are still racing on landmark city streets around the world.” 

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