Pressure on Liberty Media to protect UK F1 teams

David Richards, chairman of Motorsport UK, has called on Liberty Media to stand by Britain’s F1 teams to ensure they don’t go bust during the coronavirus pandemic. The bedrock of the sport is located in England with six of the grid’s 10 teams – Mercedes, Red Bull, McLaren, Renault, Racing

Liberty Media refusing to call off Bahrain, Vietnam

Formula 1 boss Chase Carey says he is not yet ready to call off either the Bahrain GP or Vietnam despite cancelling the Australian GP two hours before FP1. Formula 1 had a rough Thursday’s night in Melbourne as Carey, the boss from Liberty Media, and the teams debated whether

Liberty Media signs its first F1 global partner

Ahead of the new 2020 Formula 1 season, Liberty Media has announced a new long-term global sponsorship deal with Saudi oil company Aramco. DHL, Emirates, Heineken, Pirelli and Rolex are also global partners of Formula 1 but had a pre-existing agreement with the former regime run by Bernie Ecclestone. Liberty

Ferrari, Mercedes Hop Aboard for Season Two of Netflix's Formula 1: Drive to Survive Series

Netflix original Formula 1: Drive to Survive has been renewed for a second season, and this time, it’ll focus on all F1 teams including frontrunners Mercedes-AMG and Scuderia Ferrari. F1 and Netflix’s collaborative series proved a runaway success in its first season, its riveting portrayal of the 2018 season’s high

Sebastian Vettel slams media over team order questions

Frustrated by the barrage of questions about Ferrari’s use of team orders, Sebastian Vettel had a go at Formula 1 journalists in Shanghai. Sunday’s Chinese GP saw Ferrari issue team orders in Vettel’s favour for the third time this season, and there have been only three races. Charles Leclerc was

Brown: Liberty Media must persist with F1 fixes for ‘broken model’

McLaren F1 CEO Zak Brown believes that Liberty Media should persevere with the resistance shown by some teams and continue to fix the “broken model… McLaren F1 CEO Zak Brown believes that Liberty Media should persevere with the resistance shown by some teams and continue to fix the “broken model”