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Global cryptocurrency exchange FTX has strengthened its expansive sports sponsorship portfolio by striking a multiyear deal with the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula 1 team

Formula 1 team Mercedes-AMG Petronas has pointed to the diversity of its income streams as it posted relatively minor reductions in revenue and profit for the 2020 financial year during Covid-19

British petrochemicals company Ineos has stepped up its backing of Formula 1 team Mercedes by becoming a one-third shareholder alongside Daimler and Toto Wolff, who will continue in his role as team principal…

Chinese streaming platform PP Sports is going to sue the English Premier League over the termination of their media-rights contract for the 2019-20 to 2021-22 cycle, according to Chinese news service Beijing…

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.

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

Regulatory documents released by Aston Martin Lagonda have disclosed that Toto Wolff, the head of the Mercedes Formula One team, now owns a 4.77-per-cent stake in the UK sports car manufacturer

British petrochemicals company Ineos has built on existing ties with Formula 1 team Mercedes by signing on as a principal partner, with team principal and chief executive Toto Wolff using today’s (Monday’s) ann…

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

British chemicals group Ineos plans to become a major sponsor of the Mercedes Formula 1 team, adding to its growing portfolio of sports interests

German automotive giant Daimler has denied speculation that its Mercedes-Benz marque is preparing to withdraw its works team from Formula 1, rejecting reports that the matter is on the agenda at its next…

Mercedes has become the latest Formula One team to threaten to quit the motor-racing series over proposed changes its new owner, Liberty Media, is seeking to introduce.

Formula One team Williams has reported a significantly enhanced set of results for its 2015 financial year and has joined other participants in calling for a more even distribution of revenues in the motor racing championship.

Mercedes motorsport head Toto Wolff has revealed that Formula One’s current dominant team has been approached by three other constructors over the possibility of acquiring so-called “customer cars”.