To connect a sign in method the email must match the one on your Crikey account. The Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team signed a $140 million deal with Australian-owned crypto casino Stake earlier this year. But ahead of the Australian Grand Prix this week, its logo has been replaced by something else. The Alfa Romeo Formula One team’s $140 million sponsorship with an Australian-owned crypto gambling company will be invisible at this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix. The coveted and very valuable real estate will instead be filled by a lesser-known partner of F1: Kick, a hot, new streaming competitor to Twitch that’s quickly become the online home to gambling broadcasts. Earlier this week, the Alfa Romeo F1 Team shared a new design for its Australian Grand Prix helmet on Instagram. The distinctive “one-off” helmet was designed by Indigenous artist Ricky Kildea. Become a subscriber to get full access to the website, as well as our premium newsletters. Cam Wilson is Crikey’s associate editor. He previously worked as a reporter at the ABC, BuzzFeed, Business Insider and Gizmodo. He primarily covers internet culture and tech in Australia. Crikey is an independent Australian source for news, investigations, analysis and opinion focusing on politics, media, economics, health, international affairs, the climate, business, society and culture. We are guided by a deceptively simple, old idea: tell the truth and shame the devil. Crikey acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the many nations across Australia, and pay our respect to Elders past and present. We recognise that their sovereignty has never been ceded.