All change at Liberty Media as Sean Bratches’s steps down
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Mercedes are not in a position to give financial backing to the Hockenheimring for next season, with the circuit set to drop off the Formula 1 schedule in 2020 as a result.
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Toto Wolff says a chat with Formula 1 bosses Chase Carey and Sean Bratches were behind Mercedes’ decision to support the German Grand Prix in 2019.
The Hockenheimring remains hopeful that the German Grand Prix can remain on the Formula 1 calendar in 2019, spurred on by this year’s success
The owners of Formula 1 have made it clear they wish to reorganise the calendar, but it will not happen until 2020 at the earliest
Liberty Media plan to increase online coverage as they move away from free-to-air
Youngsters involved in karting and junior formulae of motorsport will be chosen to stand alongside drivers on the Formula 1 grid in 2018, in a new initiative ‘Grid Kids’.
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Sean Bratches had many different commercial issues to address when he took over as the managing director of commercial operations last year.
A budget cap is likely be the best way to reduce the gap between the front of the field and the back, according to Liberty Media’s Sean Bratches.
Around 40 venues have come forward about possibly being added to the Formula 1 calendar in the future, according to Sean Bratches.
Following the success of F1 Live London and the change in format for the British Grand Prix weekend, Liberty Media are looking at what happened in the UK in order to bring Formula 1 even closer to the fans.
Get ready for some live street action, as F1 hits London for a special British Grand Prix event on Wednesday.
New man in charge of F1, Chase Carey, believes F1 would be much better off today, had it not been held back by Bernie Ecclestone’s attitude.
The Malaysian Grand Prix will be dropped from the Formula 1 calendar after this years event after a mutual agreement between organisers…