Top – Team Sky become Team Ineos as new sponsor owned by Sir Jim Ratcliffe is confirmed


Crew Sky have formally turn into Crew Ineos to mirror their new sponsor, a chemical substances agency owned by Britain’s richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

Broadcaster Sky stated in December it will finish its decade-long dedication on the finish of 2019, throughout which era the staff Sky have gained eight Grand Excursions.

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Ratcliffe is value £21bn and has been in talks with Crew Sky principal Dave Brailsford for a number of weeks.

Crew Sky was launched in January 2010 and has amassed 327 victories since.

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Present riders Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas have gained 5 Excursions de France between them, and Welshman Thomas signed a brand new three-year deal in September after profitable his first Tour final July.

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Ineos is Britain’s largest privately owned firm and in 2018 posted annual pre-tax income of £2bn.

Ratcliffe has already invested £110m in Ben Ainslie’s Americas Cup staff.

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