Friday, September 30, 2022

F1 extends Sky broadcast deal until 2029 - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Sky and F1 will also continue their deals in Italy and Germany until 2027, expanding upon its exclusivity in both regions with all races upon their respective Sky channels.
In the UK, Sky purchased the full broadcasting rights from the BBC for the 2012 season - although the BBC retained a highlights package until the end of 2015 when Channel 4 acquired them for 2016 and beyond.
The deal ...Keep reading

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The best of F1 on Sky since 2012 - SkySports F1

Following Sky's seven-year extension to cover Formula 1, check out some of the best moments from the previous decade in the sport, live exclusively on Sky Sports.

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Alonso: Verstappen and Red Bull “outstanding” in 2022 - Motorsport.com

The Alpine driver was 25 when he earned his second title with Renault in 2006, while Verstappen, who can mathematically clinch his second crown this weekend, turned 25 on Friday in Singapore.
Alonso was asked if a second championship would put Verstappen amongst the all-time greats.
"I think so,” said the Spaniard. “I mean he's 24 or 25. Still a long way in front of him, but I wish him ...Keep reading

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Autosport Podcast: How F1’s rules revamp shook up the pitstop arms race - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Last year, the FIA ruled that some of the automation should be removed from pitstops, putting more pressure on the mechanics in the stops.
But the changes in the 2022 cars, complete with heavier wheels, have also added to the challenge - and often, pitstops can make or break a driver's race.
To delve into the world of pitstops, Martyn Lee talks to Autosport F1 reporter Luke Smith about the ...Keep reading

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Autosport Podcast: How F1’s rules revamp shook up the pitstop arms race - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Last year, the FIA ruled that some of the automation should be removed from pitstops, putting more pressure on the mechanics in the stops.
But the changes in the 2022 cars, complete with heavier wheels, have also added to the challenge - and often, pitstops can make or break a driver's race.
To delve into the world of pitstops, Martyn Lee talks to Autosport F1 reporter Luke Smith about the ...Keep reading

Read more: Autosport Podcast: How F1’s rules revamp shook up the pitstop arms race - Autosport.com - Formula 1 - Stories

Winning races, not beating Mercedes to second place, is Ferrari’s priority – Sainz | 2022 Singapore Grand Prix - RaceFans

Ferrari are more “concerned about getting back to winning” than beating Mercedes in the constructors’ championship, says Carlos Sainz Jnr

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Thursday, September 29, 2022