Formula One announces 10-year deal for Miami Grand Prix at Hard Rock Stadium

It’s official: Formula One racing is coming to South Florida. F1 announced Sunday the Miami Grand Prix will be hosted at Hard Rock Stadium in a 10-year deal, which will begin in 2022. The 2022 race date will be announced later with hopes of it being held in the second quarter of next year (April-June). By SAFID DEEN, SOUTH FLORIDA SUN SENTINEL “It’s a great moment for Formula One and a great moment for Formula One fans in America,” said president and CEO Stefano Domenicali during a press conference in Imola,…

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Racing on TV Listings for April 8th-11th

Here’s where to find the major racing action on TV this weekend, including the NASCAR Cup Series at Martinsville:

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Sprint Qualifying is Coming to F1, Whether the Teams Like It Or Not

Formula 1 is off until April 18, when the series races at Imola, Italy, but that doesn’t mean F1 leaders aren’t planning on starting something rather big in the coming days.

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New F1 Boss Stefano Domenicali Says Miami Not The Only U.S. Market in Play

Stefano Domenicali is distracted. He keeps looking out of his window. He is waiting for someone. He’s still at home in Italy, despite it being five weeks since he took on the role of CEO of Formula 1. The COVID-19 pandemic has thus far meant that he has not been able to move to Britain to work from Formula 1’s offices.

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NASCAR Expands International Reach To Nearly 200 Countries And Territories

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 11, 2021) – When the engines rev for the 63rd running of the DAYTONA 500, more fans than ever across the globe can experience the sights, sounds and action of NASCAR. NASCAR, along with broadcast agency partner IMG, has made NASCAR content available to nearly 200 countries and territories in over 25 languages for a household reach of over 500 million to start 2021. This reach represents a high-water mark for the sport.

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Track Talk: Corey LaJoie to Drive Spire Motorsports Camaro, WRC 2021 Season Is Set to Kick Off

Spire Motorsports announced that Corey LaJoie will drive the team’s No. 7 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE in the NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) full time in 2021 and beyond.

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Wood Brothers Racing: A Memorial Day Weekend Tradition

Fresh off a ninth-place finish at Darlington Raceway on Wednesday night, Matt DiBenedetto and the No. 21 Menards/FVP team head to Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Cup circuit’s annual Memorial Day weekend tradition – the Coca-Cola 600. DiBenedetto, who enters the weekend ninth in the Cup standings, said he’s expecting to run well in his first start there in the iconic No. 21 Mustang. “It’s a fun place to race,” he said. “I’m looking forward to it.” DiBenedetto, driving for another team last year, had a fast car in for…

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Motorsport.tv launches free-to-air service for fans

New partner video channels added to the home of motorsport & automotive TV London, UK – 28 February 2019 – Motorsport.tv, the home of motorsport and automotive video, today launched a new service to fuel the passion of fans and open up access to a world of content with its freemium OTT service. As Motorsport Network’s hub for video content, the freemium service provides fan access to videos from 125 different motorsport series, including over 1,000 live stream events & races each season and more than 3,000 hours of quality video-on-demand without charge. In…

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