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Ten months into Liberty Media’s stewardship of Formula One, Sean Bratches and Frank Arthofer, two of the men brought on board to transform the championship’s commercial outlook, tell SportsPro about the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for motorsport’s biggest beast.
Situated in the streets winding around the 2014 Winter Olympics park, the Sochi Autodrom circuit will welcome its third successive Russian Grand Prix in 2016.
The Chinese Grand Prix brought further evidence that 2016 will bring another processional title for Mercedes, this time with Nico Rosberg taking the glory. But that was only half of the story.
An especially important race for corporate clients, the Shanghai International Circuit, Jiading, located on the outskirts of Shanghai, is in its penultimate year of a seven-year renewal signed between the Shanghai Sports Bureau and Formula One Management in 2011.
Bahrain is the pioneer of Formula One racing in the Middle East, its race the brainchild of King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifas’s son, the Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa.
This first entry in an occasional, original series considers how blogging has unearthed specialists who have become mainstream media voices in their field.
Williams Martini Racing team will travel up to 100,000 miles each Formula One season, visiting race destinations from Bahrain to Brazil.
Despite holding a contract to stage Britain’s MotoGP race, the Circuit of Wales is mired in bureaucracy. Some still believe it will never happen. But frontman Michael Carrick remains defiant.
Ahead of the second annual edition of the Black Book Race Forum on 30th June, we examine the financial conundrum being faced by many Formula One Grand Prix promoters.
Founded in 1970 by English racing driver Jim Russell, the facility now known as the Simraceway Performance Driving Center was the first of the multiple British Formula 3 champion’s pioneering racing schools to launch in the US.
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