James Barclay, Jaguar Racing | “Formula E is the perfect platform to tell the world about our electrification expertise”
In this week's China sports industry round-up: China invests in its basketball legacy | Klay Thompson launches charity project in Guiyang | World Cup sponsors Hisense could face fine in wake of new partnership
In this week's China sports industry round-up: Sports betting set to be legalised in Hainan | iQiyi adds more golf rights to its portfolio | University football association signs with Adidas
In this week's China sports industry round-up: China still a player in 2018 World Cup | A third of World Cup counterfeit tickets sold to Chinese fans | Neymar joins forces with Chinese brand Oppo
In this week's China sports industry round-up: Chinese company Diking is newest sponsor for Russia 2018 | DDMC bids for AFC commercial rights | China updates Formula E race venues, adding Saudi Arabia to the fixtures
In this week's China sports industry round-up: Second Formula E team becomes Chinese-owned; US-China trade war threatens sportswear production; Chinese World Cup attendance will be strong, if overstated
ABB's surprising title sponsorship of Formula E is one of the biggest motorsport deals in recent years. Reporter Andy Fry attended its announcement, and now analyses what it means - for Formula E and Formula 1.
Sports lawyer Oliver Weingarten has tackled some of the most significant deals in sport, including Formula One’s Concorde Agreement and the English Premier League’s six-year battle against YouTube. He now represents teams in motor sport’s burgeoning Formula E.
Experts in commercial landscape of Formula One met at SportBusiness International headquarters last month to debate the real extent to which stakeholders in the sport are achieving ROI. Will Formula E be competitive to Formula One? Is the sponsorship proposition as attractive to brands as it has been in the past? And who should replace Bernie Ecclestone when he leaves the sport? All of this, and more, was discussed in depth.