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Rich Energy CEO William Storey in 2019.v1

Breaking: Rich Energy scandal takes a fresh turn

After six years at the helm of Reading FC, Chinese billionaire Dai Yongge is reportedly in the final stages of selling his ownership stake in the League One club.  Speculation suggests that the prospective buyer is British businessman William Storey, who has seemingly reached an agreement on a £50 million takeover of the club.  Dai

Rich Energy sponsorship on Haas F1 car in 2019.v1

Rich Energy fires accusation over Brad Pitt F1 movie

Former Haas team sponsor Rich Energy have taken to Twitter following the unveiling of a specially modified Formula 2 car, which is being driven by Hollywood actor Brad Pitt. Filming for the unnamed F1 movie involving Pitt has been taking place this weekend at the British Grand Prix, with a garage having been designed for


Cashgate: Rich Energy congratulate Lewis Hamilton on winning 2021 title

Rich Energy believe that Sir Lewis Hamilton ought to be crowned champion for the 2021 season after the news that Red Bull overspent on last year’s budget cap. The seven-time champion was involved in a battle of the ages last season With Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, and the Dutchman came out on top following a


Rich Energy fires demand at racing team amid legal dispute

Rich Energy have ordered British superbike team OMG Racing to remove all of the company’s branding on supposed legal grounds. The ever-controversial energy drinks brand announced the end of the partnership with OMG Racing, which began in 2020, in July. The team however stated that they had never entered such a partnership with owner William


‘No’: Guenther Steiner reacts to latest Rich Energy drama

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has revealed that he was not at all shocked to see Rich Energy in the headlines after their issues with a British Superbikes team. OMG Racing were forced to issue a statement confirming that their deal, signed in 2020 to take Rich Energy on as a name partner was made


Rich Energy in dispute with racing team after bizarre split announcement

British Superbike (BSB) team OMG Racing has affirmed that it was never sponsored by Rich Energy after the energy drinks brand announced the end of their partnership. William Storey’s premium energy drinks company became a name partner of the Haas team in 2019, but the American side had a woefully underperforming car that year. Romain


Guenther Steiner insists Haas not desperate to replace Nikita Mazepin sponsor

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has reassured that the team are not desperate to find new sponsors after their relationship with Uralkali ended ahead of the current season. Nikita Mazepin was signed by Haas last year after winning two Formula 2 races with Hitech, but he endured a miserable season as he was comprehensively out-performed


Rich Energy CEO fires back at Clarkson over Mazepin insult

Rich Energy CEO William Storey has aimed a fierce retort at Jeremy Clarkson after the Grand Tour presenter slammed Haas driver Nikita Mazepin. Following Russia’s horrifying invasion of Ukraine in recent days, Uralkali, title sponsor of the Haas team, had their branding removed by the Banbury outfit due to Russian Oligarch Dmitry Mazepin’s links to

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