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Heiki Kovalainen shows anger with new helmet

By PetrolHead on 19 Mar 2012

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Angry Birds and F1 racing probably does not come up even in the most "out of the box" associations. However, Heikki Kovalainen seems to have found a fix for the equation.

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Despite a promising start in F1 (driving for ING Renault in 2007 and McLaren Mercedes in 2008 and 2009), Kovalainen was then shuffled to Lotus Racing in 2010 and Team Lotus in 2011, marking a series of twists and turns to his career. With that, he has all rights to be "angry", fully deserving his new endorsement.

Kovalainen had heads turning in the F1 paddock last Thursday as he revealed his all-red helmet for 2012 which he don at Sunday’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix for Caterham F1.

When asked about his latest sponsorship deal, the Finnish driver commented:
“This is a great partnership on many levels... it fits my larger focus on partnering with unique brands."

What more you ask? The Finnish F1 driver also found great pride to be sponsored by his mega-blockbuster national product too (Besides Nokia, I believe).

With this, let's hope Kovalainen's season will be as sensational as his new sponsor.

What do you guys think, clever or lame ? Shoot out your comments below!

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