Formula One CEO Stefano Domenicali talks about US media rights.

Formula 1 treads familiar ground again this weekend at the Monaco Grand Prix, a glamorous race that has been a fixture since 1929. While many of the track’s contours and views of the Côte d’Azur have changed little, the auto racing circuit itself has a decidedly refreshed look. Earlier this month, he made a flashy … Read more

2022 Monaco Grand Prix Qualifying Report & Highlights: Leclerc achieves majestic pole position on his own turf in Monaco as Sainz and Perez freak accident ends qualifying

Charles Leclerc put on a commanding display at home to take pole position for the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix, his sensational lap holding off team-mate Carlos Sainz by 0.225s on Saturday, a red flag that halted proceedings early. .. This all-important qualifying session, given how essential a front row start in Monaco is, saw Leclerc … Read more

With the arrival of the Indianapolis 500, IndyCar boosts the growth of F1 in the United States

Placeholder while article actions load If the recent spike in ratings and the return of packed crowds are any indication, motorsports is experiencing a moment. As one of America’s biggest races approaches and Formula One has reasserted its American ambitions, the IndyCar series is trying to redefine its place in that growing auto racing landscape. … Read more

Brown hints at ‘mechanisms’ to end Ricciardo deal sooner

McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown has hinted at “mechanisms” through which his Formula 1 team and Daniel Ricciardo could part ways before his current contract ends, although he made it clear this was not the desired outcome. Ricciardo, a high-profile and highly paid signing from McLaren, is under contract until the end of 2023 but … Read more

Coke 600 at Charlotte won’t change as NASCAR’s longest race

The field in the Coca-Cola 600 drives past the front grandstand at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday, May 30, 2021. jeff syner [email protected] Speeding up for the Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600, Charlotte’s annual crown jewel on the Cup Series schedule, isn’t going anywhere. But NASCAR’s schedule in the last two years has undergone radical … Read more

Leclerc leads FP2 after Ricciardo’s crash

Carlos Sainz finished second ahead of Red Bull pairing Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen, who was unable to gain as much time on aged rubber during mid-FP2 qualifying simulation efforts compared to his team-mate. Ferrari started the second session on hard tyres, which meant that Leclerc and Sainz drifted ahead of trailblazer Pérez, who had … Read more

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