Team Sky's new boss faces devil mask protest at Tour de Yorkshire

Team Sky's new boss faces devil mask protest at Tour de Yorkshire

Joe Robinson 25 Apr 2019 Anti-fracking protesters label Ineos's purchase of Team Sky as an attempt to 'greenwash' cycling Up to 10,000 face masks of Team Sky's new owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe depicted as the devil are set to be circulated at the Tour de Yorkshire next week as anti-fracking campaigners step up plans their planned protest against Britain's richest man . As of 1st May, Team Sky will become Team Ineos as the multinational chemical and oil company begins its three-year sponsorship deal reported to be worth £120 million. While the team's first official race as Ineos will be the Tour de Romandie, which begins next Tuesday, the four-day race in Yorkshire, which starts next Thursday in Doncaster, was scheduled as the team's big launch with the likes of Chris Froome set to debut the new kit. However, environmentalists have declared their intention to spoil Ratcliffe's welcoming party by ...

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