Liberty Media has published its financial results for the third quarter of 2020, showing an overall loss of $104 million for the period.
The 2020 Formula 1 season will feature at least 17 races after the championship confirmed details of four further rounds on this year’s calender.
Formula 1 is expected to confirm a 17-race calendar for the 2020 season, including a return to Turkey’s Istanbul Park for the first time in nine years.
Formula 1 has already added several new races to its calendar but more could follow as it firms up the final rounds of its heavily disrupted 2021 season.
Formula 1 has confirmed all of its originally scheduled races in North and South America this year have been cancelled as a result of the global pandemic.
The Hockenheimring has confirmed it will not hold an F1 race this year as the championship is expected to announce a return to the Nurburgring.
FIA president Jean Todt expects more details on the final 2020 F1 calendar soon, and that it will feature “significantly more” than the eight races confirmed so far.
Three more rounds of the 2020 F1 season are expected to be called off soon, while Sochi could dash Mugello’s hopes of joining the calendar.
Formula 1 has officially confirmed further details of its plan to begin its heavily delayed 2020 season next month, with Formula 2 and Formula 3 supporting eight races.
The heavily-delayed 2020 F1 season is now due to begin in 50 days’ time. But what will the final championship calendar look like?
A carefully-worded statement announcing the cancellation of the French Grand Prix left the door open for F1 to race at Paul Ricard this year, as Dieter Rencken explains.
F1 commercial rights holder Liberty Media is preparing for the possibility no Formula 1 races may go ahead this year and has already sent advanced payments to several teams.
As more sports look at holding events behind closed doors because of the pandemic, will F1 have to run ‘ghost races’ without fans to start its 2020 season?
Pre-season testing for next year could be scrapped in order for the 2020 campaign to run until February, one month before the 2021 championship begins.
The 2020 F1 calendar has been announced, containing a record 22 races including new rounds in Vietnam and the Netherlands, but no German Grand Prix.
Last-minute deals, holiday clashes and Brexit are just some of the reasons why cramming 22 races onto to the 2020 F1 calendar is proving so hard.
The Mexican Grand Prix will remain on the Formula 1 calendar for at least the next three years, that championship has announced.
Formula 1 teams are being asked to vote on expanding next year’s calendar to a record 22 races, but the current three-engine limit will remain.
Formula 1 teams are divided over whether the maximum number of engines per driver should increase from three to four if the schedule expands to 22 races next year.
A new title sponsor will have to be found to keep the German Grand Prix on the F1 calendar in 2020 if Mercedes does not extend its current deal.