Nov 04, 2019 · ESPN and Formula 1 struck a new agreement that will keep F1 races on ESPN and ABC through 2022. F1 came back to ESPN in 2018 from NBC Sports , and have seen two seasons
How the 2020 F1 grid is shaping up. A look at how the 2020 Formula One grid is shaping up and the logic behind the decisions teams made -- or should make -- for next season and whether any has assembled a partnership to end Mercedes' dominant run.
"ESPN has had a long commitment to motorsports, and Formula 1 is a crown jewel in the sport," Burke Magnus, ESPN executive vice-president of programming and scheduling said. Formula 1 Car launches, preseason and other key F1 dates for your 2020 calendar A look at the key dates across the 2020 Formula One season, including car launches, the six days of preseason testing and the unprecedented 22-race calendar. Enter the world of Formula 1. Your go-to source for the latest F1 news, video highlights, GP results, live timing, in-depth analysis and expert commentary. Nov 01, 2019 · ESPN and Formula One reach new 3-year US broadcast deal AP AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Formula One and ESPN have agreed to a new three-year deal to keep the series on the network and on ABC in the ...
Nov 12, 2019 · Formula One has set out its first ever sustainability plan with the aim of achieving a net zero-carbon footprint for the sport by 2030. The championship, which will have a record 22 grand prixs ... Jan 16, 2020 · The 2019 title, with a prize of $500,000, was won by Britain's Jamie Chadwick, who is also a development driver for the Williams Formula One team. Former F1 racer David Coulthard, who competed in 246 grands prix between 1994 and 2008, is the chairman of the W Series advisory board. Never miss a moment with the Official F1® App. Download the Official F1® App for all the F1 news, results, timings and in-depth analysis. It’s everything you need for a full-on F1 race weekend. - Latest news and analysis - Grand Prix schedules and results - In-depth technical analysis from our experts - Free leaderboard with gap times Jenson Button - the 2009 Formula One world champion - talks about failing his first driving test and his childhood love for Mario Kart as he busts internet rumours in BBC Sport's Setting it Straight.