BUDAPEST, July 30 (Reuters) - The BAR Formula One team will race in Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix without cigarette advertising because of new European Union anti-tobacco legislation. Owners British American Tobacco said the team had decided to drop the Lucky Strike branding normally displayed on the car. "While British American Tobacco are aware of recent efforts by the (British) government to clarify the position regarding tobacco branding, we had made a decision to run unbranded at ...
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