By Alan Baldwin LONDON, March 1 (Reuters) - Formula One champions Red Bull have teamed up with Nissan's Infiniti brand in a deal reversing the recent exodus of Japanese manufacturers from the sport. The two-year marketing agreement announced on Tuesday will see Infiniti's branding on the front, side and rear of the Red Bull car as well as the overalls of German world champion Sebastian Vettel and Australian Mark Webber. Although no financial details were given, the deal is likely to ...
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