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Spanish telco Telefónica has renewed its exclusive rights to Formula 1 in Spain for a further three years.
Brazil-based motor sports investment business Rio Motorsports has acquired the exclusive broadcast rights to Formula One motor racing for a five-season cycle
Former Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali is to take over as chief executive of the Formula 1 motor racing series next year, according to media reports. Motorsport news website Racefans
The Covid-19 pandemic caused Formula 1’s revenues to drop by just under $600m (€510m) and 96 per cent year-on-year, according to the latest set of second-quarter results published by owners Liberty Med…
Formula One has agreed a deal with YouTube that will allow the Google-owned platform to live stream the Eifel Grand Prix in Germany for free in seven countries in Europe
Formula 1 has given up hope of holding races in the US, Brazil and Mexico this year because of the increasing number of Covid-19 infections in the Americas
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Liberty Media’s major investment into Formula 1's digital media operations has demonstrated its value during sport’s global lockdown, believes Frank Arthofer, the series’ global head of digital media and licensing.
The Formula 1 motor-racing series has today (Friday) added two new races to its 2020 calendar, with a first-ever grand prix at Italy’s Mugello circuit scheduled for September.
Formula 1 motor-racing returned at the weekend after its Covid-19 suspension with a Grand Prix behind closed doors at Austria’s Red Bull Ring.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the need to operate Formula 1 races behind closed doors have sped up the motorsport’s transition to remote television production according to F1's head of commercial partnerships, Z…
Austria will host the first behind-closed-doors Formula 1 race of the 2020 season this weekend with stringent health and safety protocols in place
Austrian commercial broadcaster ServusTV and public-service broadcaster ORF will both broadcast coverage of Formula One from 2021 onwards, according to reports in Austria
Italian pay-television broadcaster Sky Italia has finalised its renewal of Formula 1 broadcast rights for the 2021 and 2022 seasons
Pay-television broadcaster Sky Deutschland has agreed a new multi-year deal for Formula 1 rights in Germany that will see the motor-racing series fully behind a paywall in the country for the first time
Sub-Saharan African pay-television broadcaster SuperSport will broadcast Formula One motor racing until 2022 after agreeing a three-year renewal with the sport’s commercial arm, Formula One Management, S…
The Formula 1 season has shortened further with news that three more ‘fly away’ grands prix in Singapore, Japan, and Azerbaijan have been cancelled.