Following Alfa Romeo's return to Formula 1 following a near-thirty year hiatus, it seems like another legendary name from the world of Italian motorsport is set to follow them.
If rumours are to be believed, Maserati could be about to announce a title-sponsorship agreement with Haas F1. The American team have very close links to Ferrari, owned by the Fiat Chrysler group who count Maserati amongst their roster of brands.
Maserati have not featured in F1 for almost five decades. The great Juan Manuel Fangio led them to title glory during the 1950s before the Bologna-based company pulled out of the sport.
Any agreement would look very similar to the newly announced Alfa Romeo-Sauber partnership, whereby the Haas team will undergo an official name change and Ferrari will share technological know-how with the team.