Sponsorship has been a major part of grand prix racing since the spring of 1968, when Formula 1 teams were given the right to display sponsor logos on their liveries.
Since then we've seen many sponsorship deals throughout the decades, with a number of different companies all willing to pump money into teams for exposure and expertise - sometimes resulting in many weird and wonderful liveries.
In this video, Jake Boxall-Legge takes a trip down memory lane to look at seven of the strangest F1 sponsorships we've seen to date.
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