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Pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has retained its grip on rights to Formula 1 motor racing in France until 2024

Greek pay-television broadcaster Cosmote has signed a one-year extension to its World Rally Championship rights deal as the motorsport series prepares to stage its first event in the country in eight years

WRC Promoter, the commercial rights-holder of the FIA World Rally Championship, has extended its agreement for exclusive live media rights in the UK with pay-television broadcaster BT Sport for three years,…

WRC Promoter, the commercial arm of the FIA World Rally Championship, has been awarded the commercial rights to promote the FIA European Rally Championship as part of a multi-year agreement that begins…

A new Munich-based commercial entity has been established to promote and manage the commercial aspects of the FIA World Rallycross Championship with Arne Dirks, previously managing director of German basketball’s B…

The FIA World Rally Championship has signed a renewal with Belgian lubricant manufacturer Wolf Lubricants

WRC Promoter, the commercial arm of the FIA World Rally Championship, has added the FIA World Rallycross Championship to its portfolio in a deal with the International Automobile Federation (FIA)

Commercial broadcaster ServusTV has acquired World Rally Championship rights in Germany, Austria and Switzerland for the next two years, further enhancing its motorsports portfolio

World Rally Championship has launched a dedicated channel on Motorsport.tv, the OTT streaming platform operated by digital media group Motorsport Network

The World Rally Championship motorsport series has appointed sports marketing agency WePlay to help drive subscriptions to its over-the-top streaming platform

Audiences for the opening three rounds of the 2020 FIA World Rally Championship season have increased by 15 per cent on those from 2019, according to analytics provider Nielsen Sports

The World Rallycross Championship has named Champion Lubricants as its Official Lubricant Partner for the forthcoming 2020 season and in 2021

The Dentsu agency is in the process of finalising FIA World Rally Championship sublicensing agreements in Japan with terrestrial broadcasters NHK and TV Asahi, SportBusiness understands

WRC Promoter, the commercial operator behind the World Rally Championship, has announced that its chief executive and managing director Oliver Ciesla is to step down from his position in June

UK commercial broadcaster ITV has acquired highlights rights to the FIA World Rally Championship from 2020 to 2022, bringing coverage back to the broadcaster for the first time since 2015

Motorsport’s world governing body, the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), has announced that Rome will host a new event dubbed the Motorsport Games later this year. T