• F1 AlphaTauri confirms Pierre Gasly’s return for 2023

    Pierre Gasly will remain with AlphaTauri for the 2023 season, the Formula 1 team announced Friday. The 26-year-old French driver returned to Red Bull’s junior team following a disappointing and brief stint with Red Bull in 2018. Gasly went on to win the 2020 Italian Grand Prix and currently sits 11th in this year’s driver […]

  • F1 Report: F1, ESPN reach new 3-year deal

    The Formula 1 circuit and ESPN have agreed to a renewed three-year deal for United States rights through 2025, Sports Business Journal reported Friday. Amazon and Comcast both were in negotiations, up against the Disney-owned ESPN. According to the report, the new deal is worth between $75 million and $90 million. The previous deal between […]

  • F1 Reports: F1 nearing deal for return of South African Grand Prix

    Formula One is nearing a deal to secure the return of the South African Grand Prix as early as next year, according to multiple reports. F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali flew directly from Sunday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku to South Africa to continue discussions with local stakeholders. The race would be held at Kyalami Grand […]

  • Formula 1 not replacing Russian Grand Prix

    Formula 1 will not replace the Russian Grand Prix on its 2022 schedule. The Sept. 25 race in Sochi was canceled in February following the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The F1 season will now consist of 22 races instead of the originally planned 23. There had been speculation that Singapore, host of the Oct. 2 […]

  • Max Verstappen claims inaugural Miami Grand Prix title

    Sunday’s inaugural Miami Grand Prix Formula One race in Miami Gardens, Fla., lived up to its billing as a heavyweight battle between the series’ two points leaders — Charles Leclerc of Ferrari and Max Verstappen of Red Bull. Verstappen came away with the victory, the second in a row and third of the year for […]

  • Miami Grand Prix debuts amid F1’s soaring popularity in U.S.

    In July of 2007, it was announced that the United States Grand Prix’s controversial eight-year run at the infield road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway would come to an end — and with it, perhaps Formula One racing in the U.S. for the foreseeable future. American F1 fans sunk into depression. But not for long. […]

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