Wednesday , September 20 2017

Sky Sports to become exclusive home of F1

Sky has agreed a new broadcast partnership with Formula One Management, strengthening its position as the home of sport offering unrivalled choice for fans. The new agreement comprises: •Exclusive: Sky Sports will be the home of Formula 1® in the UK and Ireland from 2019 to 2024, offering live coverage …

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HISTORIC FORMULA 1 CARS TO DESCEND ON DONINGTON

The unmistakable sound of Formula 1 engines will echo round Donington Park on Saturday 30th April and Sunday May 1st as historic Formula 1 cars stage a series of spectacular demonstrations on the first two days of the Donington Historic Festival (that takes place on 30th April, 1st & 2nd …

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NEW RENAULT SPORT FORMULA ONE TEAM LIVERY RIDES THE WAVES DOWN UNDER

Renault Sport Formula One Team has unveiled its definitive livery for the 2016 FIA Formula One World Championship. The team debuted its distinctive yellow-gold and black colours in an event hosted in Docklands, Melbourne, in a highly unique way. The R.S.16 was first seen by the guests as it literally …

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DS VIRGIN RACING PLANS TO REPEAT VICTORY IN MEXICO CITY

Subsequent to winning the Buenos Aires ePrix, DS Virgin Racing is resolved to make it consecutive wins as the group heads to Mexico to tackle the 2.092km Autódromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in the heart of Mexico City on 12 March. Taking after the main win of the season, DS Virgin …

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SIGNIFICANT SAVINGS FLOW WITH ILMOR’S CFD ENGINE UPGRADES

Novel CFD software helps Ilmor’s engineering consultancy save 75 percent in prototype build cost for latest race engine project  ‘Step-Change’ developments in the accuracy and resolution of renowned engine design company Ilmor’s CFD capability have slashed development times by around 50 per cent whilst also providing a 75 per cent …

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Audi rejects Formula 1 in favour of Le Mans and DTM

  Audi’s long-rumoured entry to F1 appears to have taken another blow, after Stefan Knirsch, the firm’s new member of the board in charge of technical development said that the sport “was not a topic” for the company. Knirsch, who replaced Ulrich Hackenberg as Audi’s technical boss in the wake …

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VW Group rules out F1 entry

The VW Group will not enter Formula 1 while the ownership of the sport and the technical regulations remain in turmoil, according to the group’s motorsport boss, Wolfgang Dürheimer. “Formula 1 is not on our agenda right now,” said Dürheimer. “The situation is not predictable enough to make the kind …

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VETTEL QUICKEST AGAIN IN BARCELONA TESTING DESPITE LATE STOPPAGE

The Ferrari driver’s timesheet-topping lap came shortly before the lunch break when the German bolted on a set of Pirelli’s new ultra-soft tyres. Vettel’s time of 1:22.810 was seven tenths of a second clear of second-placed Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull Racing. The Australian also used the purple-banded ultra-soft compound …

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ASTON MARTIN RACING LAUNCHES NEW GTE CHALLENGER

Aston Martin Racing has today unveiled its ambitious plans for the 2016 season, its latest V8 Vantage GTE challenger and an exciting new collaboration with global energy supplier TOTAL and tyre supplier Dunlop. The premiere GT-racing outfit, which enters its twelfth year of competition, will field a three-car campaign in …

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