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Former McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh has been drafted in by the FIA to advise on cost control measures for Formula 1.
With the first year of Liberty Media’s reign over Formula 1 in the books, it is time to assess the impact they have made since taking over from Bernie Ecclestone.
McLaren executive director Zak Brown has revealed that Liberty are planning an overhaul of the way Formula 1 is broadcasted and fans can expect to see major improvements.
McLaren executive director Zak Brown has declared the honeymoon period over for Liberty Media and predicts that teams will be having public spats over the new rules and regulations.
With plans for a Danish Grand Prix reportedly progressing well, we look at five other potential venues to host a Formula 1 race in the near future.
Come 2021 Formula 1 could race cars that look like “derivatives of video games” with Ross Brawn saying that is the way of the future.
Formula 1 could say goodbye to Friday practices in the future, or drop to just one session; according to Ross Brawn.
Formula 1 owners Liberty Media have certainly made their presence felt in the first year of their tenure with strong growth among TV and digital audiences in 2017.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admits that the distribution of prize money is the “elephant in the room” when it comes to Formula 1’s 2020/2021 commercial contracts.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne has warned that people are “playing with fire” if they think the Scuderia’s threat to quit F1 is a bluff.
Ex-Formula 1 owner Bernie Ecclestone was as opinionated as ever when giving his thoughts on Liberty’s tenure and Ferrari’s threats to quit the sport.
Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen believes it is too early for an accurate assessment of Liberty Media’s time in charge of Formula 1.
FIA president Jean Todt has said the post-2020 regulations for Formula 1 should not be weighted in favour of attracting new engine suppliers and teams to the sport.
Attendances at Formula 1 grand prix weekends are on the up again with an eight per cent rise on figures from the 2016 season.
Formula One Management have submitted trademark applications for merchandise and other items that related to grands prix in Las Vegas, New York and Miami.
Liberty Media have “engaged” some F1 circuit bosses to discuss changes that would improve racing; that’s according to Ross Brawn.
Ross Brawn admits he’s worried that the Mercedes “steamroller” will continue on next season.
Formula 1’s commercial boss Sean Bratches says he never thought Liberty Media would be able to introduce the new-look logo and “sneak away unscathed.”
Ross Brawn is hoping to avoid any triple headers in the future, stating that 2018’s one and only is the result of the football World Cup.
Chase Carey has made it clear that there will be “no free lunches” for the Formula 1 teams after revenues fell this season.
Motorsport director Ross Brawn has defended the decision to change the F1 logo, saying that the old one was not “iconic” and that there was a need to signal the start of the new era.
It’s a case of out with the old and in with the new at Abu Dhabi as a new Formula 1 logo was unveiled on the podium in the final race of the season.
Liberty are set to unveil a new logo for Formula 1 next season as they continue to stamp their authority on the sport since taking over from Bernie Ecclestone.
Ex-Formula 1 owner Bernie Ecclestone has criticised the engine proposal for 2021, stating that “something really different” should be done or “leave alone” the current regulations.
Bernhard van Oranje, co-owner of the Zandvoort race track, is hopeful the Dutch Grand Prix could return to the track, but not “before 2020”.
Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey has responded to the criticism received following the announcement of the engine proposal for 2021.
Formula 1 will look into the security issues that marred last weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix weekend as several teams were attacked by robbers.
Ross Brawn was “a little bit shocked” by the response Liberty Media received from the teams over their proposed 2021 engine regulations.
Niki Lauda has revealed he is “worried” about Formula 1 and whether new owners Liberty Media are taking the correct steps to preserve the sport’s ‘DNA.’
Chairman Chase Carey has said that Formula One Management share the same views as Ferrari on the 2021 proposal and are not planning to become NASCAR.