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IndyCar Goes All in With Fox

IndyCar

IndyCar has gone all in with FOX as a broadcast partner and I have the details and analysis in this week’s Business of Motorsport Roundup. I also have news on an iconic racetrack for sale, the latest sponsorship and team news and an intriguing look at potential anti-trust questions that Liberty Media may have to … Read more

Could F1-FIA Détente Revive Andretti’s F1 Aspirations?

Michael and Mario Andretti

Could the recently announced F1-FIA détente revive Michael Andretti’s F1 aspirations? That is just one of the topics covered in this week’s Business of Motorsport. I also cover the latest MotoGP calendar news, why the WRC is targeting America and how the Fair Use doctrine may come to the defense of Guenther Steiner. It’s all … Read more

Formula E Introduces the Formula E GEN3 Evo Car

Formula E GEN3 Evo

The big news this week has been the introduction of Formula E’s Formula E GEN3 Evo car and this week’s Sustainable Motorsport Roundup has all the details. I also have details on the use of eFuels in the Porsche Supercup, why Formula E is just the beginning for the new Lola and the World Rally … Read more

Landmark Motorsport Legal Ruling Brings Clarity to 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Controversy

2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

In this week’s Motorsport Law Roundup, I delve into how a significant legal ruling in motorsport may shed light on the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix controversy. Furthermore, I explore its potential application to the Felipe Massa case. Additionally, I analyze the ramifications of Lewis Hamilton’s contract with Ferrari, delve into Michael Andretti’s response to … Read more

F1 Rejects Andretti-Cadillac F1 Bid

Andretti Cadillac F1

It was a week of bombshell news in motorsport as F1 formally rejected the Andretti-Cadillac F1 bid, while Lewis Hamilton has made a shock move to Ferrari for the 2025 season. In other Business of Motorsport news, NASCAR hopes that their new Netflix series will bring in new fans, MotoGP loses its Argentinian race, IMSA … Read more

The Business of Sports Car Racing

Lamborghini SC63

The business of sports car racing takes up a considerable portion of this week’s Business of Motorsport as new cars are introduced and grids grow. In addition to sports car racing, I bring you Michael Andretti’s response to those telling him to buy an F1 team, the new Lamborghini prototype race car, a potential new … Read more

Formula E is Starting to Mature as a Racing Series

Formula E Monaco 2023

Formula E is starting to mature as a racing series and this week’s Sustainable Motorsport Roundup brings you some opinions as to why. In addition to Formula E, this week I cover topics ranging from how Mercedes F1 plans to become the world’s most sustainable sports team to how greenwashing is going to start to … Read more

How the Canadian Grand Prix Has Persevered All These Years

Canadian Grand Prix

This week I feature a great article on how the Canadian Grand Prix has persevered all these years. In typical Canadian fashion, the race has quietly become one of the most popular races on the calendar. In addition to this, this week’s edition of the Business of Motorsport is jam-packed due to my being away … Read more

Liberty Bets Big on Las Vegas Grand Prix

Las Vegas Grand Prix

Liberty Media is taking a calculated bet that the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix will be a success. It is critical that it is a success as they promoting it. In addition to the Law Vegas Grand Prix, here are a couple of more highlights from this week’s Business of Motorsport. All this and much … Read more

The Electric Drag Racer That’s Looking to Break a Quarter-Mile Record

Ford Super Cobra Jet 1800

This week I bring you details on the electric drag racer that is looking to break a quarter-mile record. In addition to that, you will learn about a 500 horsepower, hydrogen-powered Ford Falcon Futura, the Ducati V21L prototype MotoE electric racing bike, Scalar Performance’s SCR1 all-electric amateur touring race car and NASCAR’s net zero carbon … Read more

The Racing Portfolio of McLaren and Why They Race

McLaren Formula E Car

The racing portfolio of McLaren is large and this week in the Business of Motorsport, you will find out why they race. In addition to that, you will understand why Porsche is not in F1, the ever-increasing Saudi Arabian investment in motorsport, the creative vision behind the director of Drive to Survive, why IndyCar is … Read more

E-Fuels in Motorsport and More Sustainable Motorsport News

Porsche eFuels

E-Fuels and sustainable fuels in motorsport are the focus in this week’s Sustainable Motorsport Roundup. From sustainable fuels powering racing karts, Formula 1, Formula 2, and Formula 3 cars as well as a 2022 Porsche Panamera 4S Sport Turismo, I bring you several stories on developments behind the technology, just one of the technologies being … Read more

A New World of Sustainable Motorsport

Shell Renewable Race Fuel

We are entering a new world of sustainable motorsport within mainstream motorsport that would not have been imaginable 5 years ago. Who could have imagined that sustainability would have been one of the requirements for new teams applying to join the Formula 1 grid? Or that IndyCar would be using hybrid engines and sustainable fuel? … Read more

FIA Formally Open to New F1 Team Applications

F1 Cars on the Grid

As the FIA formally open the process to new F1 team applications, there is the potential that the next few years can see the biggest change to the F1 grid since 2010. It’s all part of a busy week in the Business of Motorsport. Amongst an apparent growing rift between the FIA, Liberty Media and … Read more

How to Drive Corners Faster, Physical and Mental Conditioning Tips and More

Race Track Corner

This week I bring you advice on how to drive corners faster, physical and mental conditioning tips and more helpful race driver-related information in my latest Driver Development News & Racecraft Tips & Techniques Roundup. You will also find tips on driving at Sebring, managing your race weekend, and a number of driver development opportunities … Read more

Porsche & Ford in F1, Reviving Lola and What is Legally Considered an F1 Seat?

Porsche & Ford in F1, Reviving Lola and What is Legally Considered an F1 Seat?

This week in the Business of Motorsport Roundup I look at rumors of Ford and Porsche in F1, the revival of Lola and the legal definition of what is considered an F1 seat in a loan agreement signed by F1 driver Nyck de Vries. I also look at changes coming to this year’s Miami Grand … Read more

F1 Teams Bicker over Andretti as Saudi Arabia Looks to Attract Teams to the Kingdom

Andretti Cadillac F1 Car

While F1 teams continue to bicker over the possible addition of Andretti-Cadillac to the grid, Saudi Arabia is looking to poach teams from Motorsport Valley in this week’s Business of Motorsport roundup. It is not just Andretti that wants to join the F1 circus either as two teams from Asia are also looking to join … Read more

Ford Possibly Returning to F1, IndyCar Marketing and Crypto Sponsorship Warnings

Red Bull Ford

Speculation that Ford could possibly return to F1, that IndyCar plans on revamping their marketing push and more warnings about crypto sponsorship in sports are just a few of the fascinating items in this week’s Business of Motorsport Roundup. In addition to all that, you will learn how F1 revenue is distributed amongst the teams, … Read more

Why Ferrari Needs F1 and More Business of Motorsport News

Why Ferrari Needs F1 and More Business of Motorsport News

Ferrari is a great example of how a sports car manufacturer leverages the power of motorsport to sell more cars. This is just one of the stories covered in this week’s Business of Motorsport Roundup. I also bring you informed opinion on the legality of driver contracts, new and resurrected racetracks, the riskiest sports sponsorship … Read more