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F1 returns to free-to-air TV in France

F1 returns to free-to-air TV in France

With pay-TV channel Canal+ having enjoyed exclusive rights to broadcast F1 for the past five years, the new TF1 contract is the result of a fresh push by F1 owners Liberty Media to better balance global audience figures from free TV against income from subscription channels.The TF1 deal, which begins at the start of 2018, will mean highlights of each race are shown on free-to-air, as ... Keep reading

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Force India set for aero, engine upgrade in Malaysia

Force India set for aero, engine upgrade in Malaysia

With the team clear in its ambition to get both cars scoring points in the remaining races of the season, it is showing no sign of backing on with development of its 2017 car to focus on next year.Technical...

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Aston Martin named as Red Bull's 2018 title sponsor

Aston Martin named as Red Bull's 2018 title sponsor

Aston joined Red Bull as an innovation partner ahead of the 2016 F1 season, with the duo working together to develop the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar.As predicted by Motorsport.com, the partnership has...

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The numbers behind Vettel's chance of beating Hamilton

The numbers behind Vettel's chance of beating Hamilton

What happened at the start of the Singapore Grand Prix will unquestionably be a key moment in the battle for the world championship. But what we don't yet know is whether it's the decisive blow against...

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The winner that foretold F1's new era

The winner that foretold F1's new era

Words Stewart Williams Mercedes returned to Formula 1 in 2010 after a 55-year break, to high hopes all round. They took over the champion Brawn GP team and lured seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher...

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Where is Aston Martin going with Red Bull Racing?

Where is Aston Martin going with Red Bull Racing?

Red Bull Racing have announced a new innovation partnership with Aston Martin for 2018 and this is to entail a new facility at their Red Bull Racing compound with 100 employees and serious branding from...

Read 1 day ago, Formula 1 Blog, Red Bull Racing