Australian Grand Prix

Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley has said that the event will stay in Melbourne in 2022 after reports suggested it could be moved to the Middle East

Formula 1 has today (Tuesday) issued a revised calendar for its 2021 season, with the season-opening Australian Grand Prix postponed and the Chinese GP temporarily withdrawn, while the Spanish GP has secured…

The opening round of the 2021 Formula One season, in Melbourne on March 21, is expected to be rescheduled to later this year due to Australia's current strict Covid-19 quarantine rules, according to multiple…

Free-to-air broadcast coverage of the 2021 Formula 1 World Championship in Australia will continue to be shown on commercial broadcaster Ten next year

The MotoGP motorcycling series has announced the cancellation of this year’s British and Australian grands prix as its calendar continues to be impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The National Basketball Association is suspending its 2019-20 season indefinitely following games on March 11, after a player on the Utah Jazz tested positive for the coronavirus

The McLaren F1 team has signed its second technology-focused sponsorship in as many days by adding data specialists Splunk to its portfolio

The Mercedes Formula 1 team has added computer technology specialists AMD to its sponsorship portfolio ahead of the 2020 season

Formula 1 team Haas F1 has signed up global brain technology MindMaze ahead of the 2020 season

Formula 1 team ROKiT Williams Racing’s latest addition to its sponsorship portfolio is the Royal Bank of Canada.

Formula 1 has signed up online gambling operator 188Bet as its Official Asia Sponsor. The agreement will begin with the upcoming 2020 F1 season and run until the conclusion of the 2024 campaign

Formula One team ROKiT Williams Racing has signed up Italian coffee company Lavazza as a sponsor for the upcoming 2020 season

Australian businessman Paul Little has been named chairman of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation, replacing John Harnden, who will become chief executive of the Melbourne and Olympic Parks Trust

McLaren Racing Formula One team has confirmed that British American Tobacco (BAT) will sit out the season-opening Australian Grand Prix this weekend