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John Hogan – the man behind major sponsor-related deals that changed the face of Formula 1 – has died of COVID-19 at the age of 76.

Best known for his work with Phillip Morris, Hogan was central to the sponsorship deals that led to Marlboro backing McLaren and Ferrari in F1, as well as aiding the careers of the likes of James Hunt and Emerson Fittipaldi, and being involved in title wins for Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna after facilitating Ron Dennis taking over at McLaren.

Born in Australia, spells living in Japan and Singapore followed due to his father’s time in the army. Hogan then moved to England for schooling where his introduction to Formula 1 events was the non-championship Aintree 200 in 1957. He eventually started working for advertising agency Erwin Wasey, getting involved in the Coca-Cola account and being asked to look into the benefits of motor racing sponsorship.

As word spread that Hogan was involved in sponsorship and knew the F1 world, he was sought out by Hunt – then racing in junior categories – who was looking for backing, ultimately providing a connection that led to Hunt securing a McLaren drive in place of Fittipaldi in 1975.

Hogan had joined cigarette and tobacco company Phillip Morris in September 1973, when its Marlboro brand had already done sponsorship deals with BRM and Williams and focused on a multi-national driver line-up. However, with BRM struggling, Hogan moved Marlboro’s sponsorship to McLaren in 1974 – Denny Hulme winning the first race of the season for the team and Fittipaldi going on to secure the drivers’ championship as the team won the constructors’ title.

Fittipaldi surprised McLaren by leaving but Hunt was selected as his replacement and Hogan agreed the deal with the British driver, despite telling the MotorSport Magazine podcast that he preferred the alternative option of Jacky Ickx at the time.

As traditional tobacco advertising became more restricted, the avenue of motor sport sponsorship grew just before F1 became widely televised, and spending increased greatly. That led to iconic liveries on both the McLaren and later Ferrari cars, while Hogan’s relationship with Fittipaldi and respect for Penske’s approach to racing led to a similar partnership in CART that started in 1990.

On top of sponsoring drivers and teams, Hogan also had a hand in the ownership of McLaren when he convinced Marlboro to provide financial backing to Dennis and his Project Four team to take over the F1 outfit in 1980. The sponsorship of McLaren continued until 1996, then switching fully to Ferrari ahead of its huge period of success with Michael Schumacher.

The Marlboro World Championship team also supported a number of junior drivers including the likes of Mika Hakkinen, Eddie Irvine and Andrea de Cesaris, and had further team sponsorships with Alfa Romeo and Scuderia Italia among other smaller team deals.

Hogan left Philip Morris in 2002, and after a brief spell as sporting director of Jaguar in F1 he maintained links to the sport as a consultant at marketing agency CSM, who acquired now-McLaren boss Zak Brown’s Just Marketing International (JMI) in 2013.

“Deeply saddened by John Hogan passing away this morning after a brave battle with the effects of COVID,” Brown posted on Sunday night. “John was a gentleman, a pioneer and a legend of motorsport and Formula 1. On a personal level he was a brilliant mentor and friend.”


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spon·sor

(spŏn′sər)n.
1. One who assumes responsibility for another person or a group during a period of instruction, apprenticeship, or probation.
2. One who vouches for the suitability of a candidate for admission, as to an organization.
3. A legislator who proposes and urges adoption of a bill.
4. Christianity One who presents a candidate for baptism or confirmation; a godparent.
5. One that finances a project, event, or organization directed by another person or group, such as a business enterprise that pays for radio or television programming in return for advertising time.
tr.v.spon·sored, spon·sor·ing, spon·sors
[Late Latin spōnsor, sponsor in baptism, from Latin, surety, from spōnsus, past participle of spondēre, to pledge; see spend- in Indo-European roots.]
spon′sor·ship′ n.
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
Noun1.sponsorship - the act of sponsoring (either officially or financially)
support - aiding the cause or policy or interests of; 'the president no longer has the support of his own party'; 'they developed a scheme of mutual support'
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sponsorship

nounAid or support given by a patron:
aegis, auspice (often used in plural), backing, patronage, patronization.
The American Heritage® Roget's Thesaurus. Copyright © 2013, 2014 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
sponzorství
fjárstuîningur
後援
sponsring
sponsorlukfinansörlük

sponsorship

[ˈspɒnsəʃɪp]N
1. (= funding) [of event] → patrociniom, auspiciom; [of studies, research] → financiaciónf
corporate sponsorship of the artspatrociniode lasartes por parte de empresas
a £10m sponsorship dealun contrato de patrocinio de 10 millones de libras
under the sponsorship of [event] → bajo los auspicios de, patrocinado por
3. (= guaranteeing) → fianzaf, avalm
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

sponsorship

[ˈspɒnsərʃɪp]n
[sporting event, exhibition, festival] → sponsoringm, parrainagem; [student] → financementm des études; [athlete, artist] → parrainagem, sponsoringm
modif [deal, package, scheme] → de sponsorisation, de sponsoring; [money] → de sponsors
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

sponsorship

n
Unterstützungf; (financial also) → Förderungf, → Sponsernnt; (of future member)Bürgschaftf; (of membership, bill)Befürwortungf, → Empfehlungf; (Rad, TV: of programme) → Finanzierungf; (Sport, of event) → Finanzierungf; he got into the club under my sponsorshipdurch or auf meine Empfehlungkam er in denKlub
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sponsorship

[ˈspɒnsəˌʃɪp]n (financial backing) → promozionef; (of arts, events) → sponsorizzazionef; (of candidate) → sostegnoSponsor
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

sponsor

(ˈsponsə) verb
1. to take on the financial responsibility for (a person, project etc), often as a form of advertising or for charity. The firm sponsors several golf tournaments. borg يَتَبَنّى ، يَرْعى финансирам patrocinar financovat finanzieren sponsorere; støtte χρηματοδοτώpatrocinar spondeerima حمايت مالي كردن sponsoroida commanditer נוֹתֵן חַסוּת प्रायोजित करना sponzorirati, uzeti pokroviteljstvo nad čim szponzorál mensponsori bakhjarl; fjármagnari sponsorizzare, patrocinare スポンサーになる 후원하다 remti finansiškai sponsorēt; [] atbalstīt menaja sponsorensponse, støtte popierać finansowo patrocinar a patrona спонсировать financovať sponzorirati sponzorisati sponsra อุปถัมภ์รายการ finanse etmek, sponsorluk yapmak 發起,主辦 підтримувати, субсидувати کفیل بننا đỡ đầu, bảo trợ 发起,主办
2. to promise (a person) that one will pay a certain sum of money to a charity etc if that person completes a set task (eg a walk, swim etc). borg يَكْفَل، يَضْمَن ، يَعِد بالدَّفْع спонсорирам patrocinar být sponzorem sponsoren støtte; være sponsor for υποστηρίζω οικονομικά κτ. patrocinar spondeerima تعهد كردن sponsoroida commanditerתורם आर्थिक सहयोग का वादा करना financirati, sponzorirati pothvat u dobrotvorne svrhe megajánl mensponsori lofa fjárstuðningi sponsorizzare 後援する 약속하다 pažadėti paremti, garantuoti, laiduoti garantēt; galvot tajaan sponsor zijn voor støtte, være sponsor for popierać finansowo patrocinar a spon­soriza обещать финансовую помощь byť sponzorom gmotno podpreti sponzorisati sponsra, gynna อุปถัมภ์ masraflarını karşılamak 資助,贊助 бути спонсором کسی مقصد کو پورا کرنے پر فلاحی کام کے لیے مالی امداد فراہم کرنے کا وعدہ کرنا tài trợ 资助,赞助
noun
a person, firm etc that acts in this way. borg عَرّاب، كَفيل، ضامِن، راعٍ спонсор patrocinador sponzor der/die Sponsor(in) sponsor; støtte ανάδοχος, χρηματοδότης patrocinador sponsor متعهد؛ حامي sponsori commanditaireתורם प्रायोजक sponzor, pokrovitelj szponzor sponsor bakhjarl, stuðningsmaður sponsor 後援者 후원자 rėmėjas sponsors; atbalstītājs; galvotājs penaja sponsorsponsor; faddersponsor, fundator patrocinador sponsor спонсор sponzor pokrovitelj sponzor sponsor ผู้อุปถัมภ์ finansör, sponsor 發起者,主辦者 поручитель, спонсор کفیل người bảo trợ 发起者,主办者
ˈsponsorship noun
(the money given as) the act of sponsoring. borggeld تَبَنٍّ، رِعايَه، كَفالَةٍ спонсорство patrocínio sponzorství die Bürgschaft sponsorat; økonomisk støtte χρηματοδότησηpatrocinio spondeerimine sponsorointi commanditeחסות प्रायोजन pokroviteljstvo, sponzorstvo támogatás uang sumbangan sponsor fjárstuðningur sponsorizzazione, patrocinio 後援 후원(금) rėmimas sponsorējums; atbalsts penajaan sponsorschapstøtte; fadderskap poparcie finansowe patrocínio sponsorizare спонсирование sponzorstvo pokroviteljstvo sponzorstvo sponsorskap ความเป็นผู้อุปถัมภ์ finansörlük, sponsorluk 資助,贊助 спонсорство; фінансування کفالت trách nhiệm của người đỡ đầu 资助,赞助
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sponsorship

رِعَايَة sponzorství sponsoratTrägerschaftχορηγίαpatrocinio sponsorointiparrainage sponzorstvosponsorizzazione 後援 후원sponsorschapsponsingsponsorowaniepatrocínioспонсорство sponsring การอุปถัมภ์sponsorluk sự tài trợ赞助
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