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Digital sports media network Overtime has announced it has raised $100m (€98m) in a Series D funding round, led by Liberty Media Corp and return investor Counterpoint Global, a Morgan Stanley investment fu…

Formula 1 recorded revenues of $744m (€731.6m) during the second quarter of this year as the return of crowds and an uplift in sponsorship and media receipts helped increase its operating income to $65m.

Merchandise activity further signals American rise for motorsports property

Formula 1 has posted revenues of $360m (€341m) for the first quarter of 2022 – a 100-per-cent increase from the same period last year.

The United States is set to have three races on the Formula 1 calendar from 2023 after the motor-racing championship fulfilled a long-held ambition to return to Las Vegas

Formula One Group, operator of the Formula 1 motor racing championship, has turned a $444m (€396.9m) loss into a $40m profit on the back of recovery during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Full-year revenue more than triples compared to pandemic-shortened 2020 season

Third-quarter revenue more than doubles with return of attending fans

Formula 1 has reported revenues of $501m (€425m) for the second quarter of 2021, a huge increase on 2020 when the motor-racing series’ season was significantly hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Formula 1 suffered a record loss of $386m (€319m) in 2020 in a season heavily disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Commercial free-to-air broadcaster SBT and the Disney media group are set to put in a combined bid for rights to Formula One from 2021 in Brazil, following the recent breakdown of the Rio Motorsports proposal

Liberty Media Acquisition Corporation (LMAC), a newly-formed special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) backed by Formula 1 owner Liberty Media, has filed a registration statement with the Securities and…

The Miami Grand Prix is widely expected to be put on hold until 2022 at the earliest by Formula 1 owners Liberty Media due to the ongoing effects of the global Covid-19 pandemic

Formula 1's revenues bounced back in the third quarter after the motorsport series made a belated start to the 2020 season, but the organization still announced a $115m (€97.4m/£87.6m

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 will replace Chase Carey as Formula One's president and chief executive in January, Liberty Media has confirmed

Brazilian commercial broadcaster Globo has started to inform advertisers and broadcast sponsors that it will not show Formula 1 action next season, its has been reported