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Latest F1 news about: Financing

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Copenhagen F1 race in doubt over funding

6 months ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 411 views )

A disagreement over the financing of a hoped for Grand Prix in Copenhagen has now placed the event in doubt. read more »

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A Lowe move?

over 2 years ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 701 views )

As Paddy Lowe is linked with Williams could Lawrence Stroll be financing deal that would leave Mercedes with two high-profile vacancies? read more »

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Liberty asks teams to help pay for F1

over 2 years ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 616 views )

With just £83 million in cash in the bank, Liberty Media looks to the teams to help financing of F1 buy-out. read more »

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Women in F1: A missed opportunity

over 3 years ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 587 views )

With talk of an all-female F1 championship unlikely to get the support it needs, Kate Walker highlights the plight of Simona de Silvestro Formula One suffers from a myriad of... read more »

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Redevelopment works begin at Brazil's Interlagos

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 1108 views )

Work has begun on upgrading the Interlagos circuit in Sao Paulo, Brazil, as part of an $80 million (£58m) redevelopment programme. The circuit will see a brand new... read more »

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Slim not financing Mexican Grand Prix says Ecclestone

over 5 years ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 457 views )

In talks to bring F1 back to Mexico as early as 2014, with a race in Mexico City, Bernie Ecclestone insists the event will not be bankrolled by Carlos Slim, who at £48bn is the... read more »

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What is going on in New Jersey?

over 6 years ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 363 views )

Although it has made it on to the FIA's 2013 calendar, albeit with the 'to be confirmed' caveat, questions over the financing of the New Jersey Grand Prix remain... read more »

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Boullier: Teams future is financially strong

over 7 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 417 views )

Renault team principal Eric Boullier has moved to deny that his outfit is any difficulty in regards to financing their future. Several stories have floated around read more »