Singapore Grand Prix extends Formula 1 until 2021

Paola Ditto
Settembre 17, 2017

The motorsport series came under new ownership this year when the USA sports and entertainment firm Liberty Media bought out investment fund CVC Capital Partners, and Carey ended Bernie Ecclestone's reign lasting almost 40 years.

"India is a country that certainly has great potential and as we go forward, we will continue to study".

Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix final will see tremendous quantities of real-time data transmitted to factories all over the world in what's expected to be a major technological breakthrough. The only night race on the calendar will continue until 2021.

"We have interest from many countries around the world for races in the future". We are pretty full schedule right now. But Asian in general is tremendously important. "Asia and the Americas are truly unique opportunities for us". "We have so far not got a chance to engage in depth yet, it has only been a little over half a year since the complete change in ownership", said Carey in response to a PTI query.

Carry said the sport's revamp has already started.

There is a massive chunk of Formula 1 fans in India who still hope to see a rerun of the races at the Buddh International Circuit in Noida, Delhi. It is still early days.

Aside from the data experiment, which is aimed at enhancing the human ability to make better decisions, aerodynamic designs and the relationship between software efficiency and a car's cooling systems are some of F1's other technological advancements, Rhodes said.

"We believe agreements should always reflect ongoing fair value between two parties".

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