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Formula One - World Championship 2020
For three months, Formula 1 fans inundated all possible social networks with the cry “off season” (in fact, the verb was much less censored) and looked forward to the start of the new season. And just a couple of weeks before the Australian Grand Prix, after all the news that came after the tests (we wrote about this in the previous article ), the degree of expectation rose to a truly unattainable height. He got up to ... collapse down, being put out by that tub of water that was poured on...
In 2019, Formula One Grand Prix tv viewing increased by 9 percent compared to 2018 in the world's 20 most essential markets. Monza's famous match with 112 million viewers.Following the increase in tickets, we saw an increase in Formula One viewing last year, Liberty Media said. In 2019, all Formula One Grand Prix watchers watched around 1,922 billion viewers in the planet's 20 major markets. This is a growing trend that started in 2017 and represents a 9% rise in 2019...
Ferrari says it is prepared to invest more money in its Formula 1 team, including building a new simulator, as it expects a "significantly more expensive" 2020.The Italian team's defeat to Mercedes in 2019 ensured it ended the decade without a championship success in F1, as its title drought stretched to an 11th season.However, Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri, speaking alongside team principal Mattia Binotto at a media lunch attended by Motorsport.com, said that...
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen would welcome two-time Formula 1 champion Fernando Alonso back to the sport – though with some big ‘ifs’ tacked on. Hamilton wouldn’t want Alonso to take a promising rookie’s seat, while Verstappen went as far as to say a comeback could be a “waste of time”Alonso, who recently said he was open to a return in 2021, spent 17 years racing in F1 full-time. That led to led to 32 wins, 97 podiums and 22...