COOKIES POLICY

 

When you visit www.foxracing.com (hereinafter, the ‘FOX Website’), FOX may store certain information on your computer. This information is stored in the form of cookies or similar files, and can help us in many ways.

What are cookies?

Cookies are a kind of file that is downloaded onto your computer when you access certain websites (such as this one). Cookies allow FOX, amongst other things, to store and recover information on the browsing habits of users, and depending on the information they contain and the manner in which you use your computer, they may be used to recognize the user.

Users may disable cookies at any time. However, disabling cookies may result in your browsing of the FOX Website ceasing to be optimal, and some features may be lost (e.g. it may be impossible to purchase the selected products or it may be impossible to register, amongst others).

 

What kind of cookies does this website use and what are they for?

On the FOX Website we use both third-party and our own cookies, which may be session-only or persistent, and there are also technical, analytical, personalization, and advertising cookies:

Session cookies: These collect and store information while the user accesses the FOX Website.

Persistent cookies: The information stored may be accessed and processed for a period which is determined by the party responsible for the cookie.

Technical cookies: These allow users to browse through the FOX Website and to use the various options or services available there.

Personalization cookies: These allow users to access the FOX Website with certain pre-defined general characteristics, such as the language and the configuration for the country from which it is being accessed.

Analytical cookies: These allow FOX to monitor and analyse user behaviour for the purpose of improving the FOX Website.

Advertising cookies: These allow the advertisements users see to feature more information, so that they are better tailored the interests of users.

We set out below the cookies used on the FOX Website, distinguishing in particular between our own cookies and third-party cookies:

 

Own cookies

Name

Purpose

Type

Lifespan

sid/dwsid

Required for:

a)    Correct web browsing in http mode.

b)    Switching from one page to another remembering your access/registration data during your visit in http mode.

Collects information anonymously using one single identifier.

Technical session cookie

30 minutes after the user becomes inactive, and 6 hours in any event.

dwsecuretoken

Required for:

a)    Correct web browsing in https mode (safe mode).

b)    Switching from one page to another remembering your access/registration data during your visit in https mode.

Collects information anonymously using one single identifier.

Technical session cookie

30 minutes after the user becomes inactive, and 6 hours in any event.

dwanonymous

For customers who make purchases anonymously (without registering), it remembers the products added to their basket.

Collects information anonymously using one single identifier.

Persistent technical cookie

6 months

dwcustomer

Related to the ‘remember me’ option (a checkbox available on the form for accessing ‘My Account’), it identifies users after their session has ended.

Persistent technical cookie

6 months

dwsourcecode

Used within the framework of an active campaign and/or promotion on the website with a specific link.

Persistent technical cookie

24 hours

dwac

Used to track analytical information on the website (conversion report, traffic report, and type of customer)

Analytical session cookie

Expires when the user’s session on the website ends.

dw

Used to test whether or not the browser accepts cookies.

Analytical session cookie

Expires when the user’s session on the website ends.

 
Third-party cookies

1)     Google, Inc.: These cookies are used to compile information on how users use our website. They are deposited on the FOX Website by Google, Inc., and compile information anonymously. This includes the number of visitors to the website, where users of the FOX Website have come from, and the pages they visit on the FOX Website. This information is used by Google to draw up reports for FOX so as to allow us to improve our FOX Website. Specifically, you will find the following Google cookies on the FOX Website:

 

Name

Purpose

Type

Lifespan

utma

Used to distinguish users and sessions. The cookie is created when the JavaScript library is run and there is no __utma cookie.

Persistent technical cookie

2 years

utmb

Used to determine new sessions or visits. The cookie is created when the JavaScript library is run and there is no __utma cookie.

Persistent technical cookie

30 minutes

utmc

Used to determine whether or not the user was in a new session or visit.

Technical session cookie

Expires when the user’s session on the website ends

utmz

Stores the source of traffic or the campaign explaining how the user has arrived at the FOX Website.

Persistent technical cookie

6 months

PREF

Used to store preferences for the FOX Website (e.g. the language).

Persistent personalization cookie

2 years

ga

Used to distinguish the user (unique). Occasionally used to carry out advertising campaigns appearing in the form of a banner on third-party websites.

Persistent technical and advertising cookie

2 years.

 

2)     Bronto Software, LLC:

Name

Purpose

Type

Lifespan

bta.addOrder

Used to associate an order with an existing contact on the FOX database.

Persistent technical cookie

30 days

 

How can cookies be disabled?

To disable cookies, users must change the configuration of their browser. How this is done depends on the browser the user has installed. There follows below a description of how to disable cookies for the most popular browsers:

Google Chrome:

1.     Open the Google Chrome browser on the computer

2.     At the top right, click on the icon composed of three dots in a row and then click on ‘Settings’

3.     At the bottom, click on ‘Show advanced settings’

4.     In the ‘Privacy’ section, click on ‘Content settings’

5.     In the ‘Cookies’ section, click on ‘All cookies and site data’

a.     To delete all cookies, click on ‘Delete all’

b.     To delete a specific cookie, place the cursor over the website in question. Click on the cross located to the right.

 

Internet Explorer

1.     Click on ‘Tools’

2.     Click on ‘Security’ and select ‘Delete browsing history’

3.     Select the ‘Cookies and website data’ checkbox and click on ‘Delete’

 

Mozilla

1.     Open Firefox

2.     Select the tab located next to the address bar

3.     Select the Settings icon

4.     Click on the button ‘Clear cookies and stored data’, and to confirm, click on ‘OK’

 

Safari

1.     Open Safari à ‘Preferences’

2.     Click on ‘Privacy’ and do either of the following:

a.     Click on ‘Delete all website data’

b.     Under ‘Details’, select the website and click on ‘Delete’

 

 

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