$250 million worth Hip-Hop sensation Drake warns rivals over the ‘Stake F1 team era’

The stake F1 team was heavily criticized for its previous name change.

$250 million worth Hip-Hop sensation Drake warns rivals over the ‘Stake F1 team era’

Drake and Stake F1 team (Via: The Sportsrush)

The Sauber group recently announced its new name for the 2024 season of the pinnacle of motor racing after receiving heavy criticism for Stake F1 Team Kick Sauber. Now, the outfit is called the Stake F1 team and the announcement was made in style.

The Sauber group brought on board the $250 Million singing sensation, Drake to make the announcement, and to say the least, the event was a memorable watch from the point of view of the fans worldwide.

In the 21-second video that was shared by the Stake F1 team on their various social media handles, Drake can be seen saying;

Guess who just took the wheel, we did!! The Stake F1 team era is here, buckle up.

Looking at the one catchy one-liner used by Drake, it seems that the Sauber group means serious business during the upcoming campaign. They are going to do everything in their power to come up with as potent a car as possible.

Stake F1 team will be in the limelight throughout 2024

While the Sauber group has amassed quite a few headlines for its new name, the outfit is going to be in the limelight throughout 2024 for several reasons. Firstly, because of how their 2023 campaign panned out, and secondly, because of the situation of its current drivers.

Stake F1 team (Via: Pit Debrief)
Stake F1 team (Via: Pit Debrief)

Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu’s current deal with the team is slated to come to a close at the end of this year and there is a very high possibility that both might get shown the exit door at the end of the upcoming campaign.

Guanyu has pretty much operated under the radar since joining F1 and it seems very unlikely that he would not be seen racing after this year. However, with Bottas, the situation could develop during the campaign depending on how he performs.

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