Silverstone-based team to leverage private equity firm’s expertise and existing relationships in bid to reach top of F1.
Fox, NBC, Warner Bros Discovery and Amazon secure packages between 2025 and 2031.
Luxembourg-based broadcaster retains exclusive rights for MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3, and MotoE.
Fox and NBC on verge of confirming extension, with Amazon and Turner competing for mid-season broadcast package.
Energy drinks brand’s partnership with Lewis Hamilton expected to continue despite change.
All-electric off-road SUV championship collaborates with non-profit organisation ahead of Extreme H launch.
Next year will see 14 total manufacturers and record number of hypercars.
Penske CEO Mark Miles also confirms non-points race next year in Argentina is nearing decision.
Pitbull-owned Nascar team looking to take over Aprilia’s satellite operation from 2024.
Swiss watchmaker to title sponsor F1 race for tenth time.
Italian brand to be official outfitter of 24 Hours of Le Mans from next season.
Continues union that began in 2021 and carries team through regulation overhaul in 2026.
Current F1 cost cap restricts teams’ ability to make technological innovations.
Long-term deal sees US brand sign on as official headwear partner.
17-race schedule to be longest in history of all-electric series.
Amazon and Turner frontrunners for streaming-focused broadcast deal.
Third-largest viewership of the season on US cable, sixth most-watched overall in 2023.
Pinty’s and Evirum sign on as presenting partners from 2024 in new approach for Canadian series.
German software company’s AI and cloud solutions will target efficiency and forecast costs, plus potential added benefit of shorter lead times.
X-Bionic will design esports team’s kit for coming season.
Sports marketing agency to deliver programme across strategy, communications, digital, hospitality and events.
Issues around ticket prices, fan experience and track timings, but racing goes down well in city.
Followers of the team will be given exclusive opportunities through the platform.