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Negotiations between Middle East broadcaster BeIN Sports and Formula 1 have broken down over ongoing piracy issues with Saudi Arabia outlet, beoutQ.
Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey has said they are still “engaged” in talks with the BRDC over Silverstone but they are “going to continue doing what we think is the right thing”.
Arif Rahimov, executive director of Baku City Circuit, has said the FOPA statement directed to Liberty Media “went a bit wrong” and was not meant as an “attack”.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner thinks Liberty Media are wrong for trying to rule Formula 1 in a democratic way.
Chase Carey says it was a “little strange” that Formula 1’s race promoters publicly criticised Liberty Media given that “no-one” spoke of those issues during a later meeting.
Angelo Sticchi Damiani, president of the Automobile Club d’Italia, has stated that a renewed deal for Monza to host the Italian Grand Prix is still “far away”.
Formula 1 life under Liberty Media has now entered its third year, but what impact have they made since officially arriving in 2017?
Ex-Formula 1 owner, Bernie Ecclestone, is ready to play the role of peacemaker in the bubbling row between race promoters and Liberty Media.
The organisers of the Mexican and Russian Grands Prix have distanced themselves from FOPA’s “toothless” criticism of Formula 1 owners, Liberty Media.
The Formula One Promoters Association has hit out Liberty Media, questioning their “disjointed” running of the sport.
Liberty Media could be saying farewell to Formula 1, or at least reducing their stake in the sport, according to a report.
Liberty Media may be about to continue their push into the Asian market with a Philippine Grand Prix.
Liberty Media have stated their desire to add a second race in China to calendar to help establish a “year-round presence” and a “big fanbase”.
Following the FIA’s official confirmation of the 2019 entry list, the respective entry fees have now been revealed.
Formula 1’s new circuits could all be designed purely around overtaking with Pat Symonds revealing F1 has designed the “world’s first overtaking simulation.”
Make our wish come true, all we want for Christmas is…these five things to happen in Formula 1 in 2019 and beyond.
Formula 1’s Head of Sport Ross Brawn has announced that the division will react if the new rules for the 2019 season do not go down well.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has suggested “greed” is the reason behind Formula 1’s push for new manufacturers.
The home of the Italian Grand Prix is has proposed major changes to its circuit to celebrate its centenary year in 2022.
Formula 1 sporting director, Ross Brawn, says a compromise has been reached with existing teams to try and attract new ones.
The Mexican Grand Prix is now under threat, despite winning the Best Promoter award at the FIA Prize-giving gala on Friday.
Silverstone will not renegotiate a new deal to host the British Grand Prix “at any price”, that’s according to managing director Stuart Pringle.
Liberty Media are “genuinely trying” to secure a new contract with Silverstone that will keep the British GP at the Northamptonshire track for many years to come.
Ross Brawn says it is “unacceptable” that Formula 1’s midfield teams have managed only two podium results in the past two years.
Formula 1 are looking re replacing grands prix with so-called “unattractive agreements” according to CEO and chairman Chase Carey.
Liberty Media are not giving up on plans for a second United States grand prix despite Miami falling through.
Formula 1 could still have a British Grand Prix without Silverstone being involved; that’s a warning to the circuit from F1’s commercial boss Sean Bratches.
Formula 1 have officially confirmed the Vietnam Grand Prix will join the calendar in 2020 on a multi-year deal.
Liberty’s push to extend the Formula 1 season is beginning to take hold with two venues close to being officially confirmed.
Formula 1 will not trial different race weekend formats once the title has been decided, says F1 sporting boss Ross Brawn.