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Mexican GP promoters would welcome more U.S. races

LONDON Mexican Grand Prix organisers hope U.S. company Liberty Media's takeover of Formula One will boost their event by expanding in the region and eventually creating a North American season similar to Europe's run of races.

Brown steps down from CSM, linked to F1 role 11:23am BST

LONDON American marketing executive Zak Brown, who has been linked to a role in Formula One after Liberty Media's takeover, announced on Monday he was stepping down from his current role as head of CSM Sport&Entertainment at the end of the year.

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Gaming and gambling in Liberty's F1 growth plan 22 Sep 2016

Gaming and gambling are among potential growth areas for Formula One as the sport's new owners seek to develop largely untapped digital markets, Liberty Media chief executive Greg Maffei said on Thursday.

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Ricciardo tips Rosberg for F1 title 22 Sep 2016

LONDON Australian Daniel Ricciardo has spoken of the awkward pre-podium silences between Mercedes team mates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, while tipping the latter for the season's Formula One title.

Formula E to race in Brooklyn 21 Sep 2016

NEW YORK The Formula E electric series will have lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty as a backdrop next July after Brooklyn's Red Hook neighbourhood was announced on Wednesday as the venue for two season-ending races.

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Supercar maker McLaren says not in discussion with Apple 21 Sep 2016

LONDON McLaren damped down a report on Wednesday that Apple Inc had made an approach for the British Formula One team owner and supercar maker.

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Rosberg a winner among champions 19 Sep 2016

LONDON Nico Rosberg drew level with Damon Hill in Formula One's all-time list of race winners on Sunday and the odds are narrowing on the German matching the Briton again as the only sons of world champions to take the title.

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Alonso says motivation is key to contract extension 19 Sep 2016

MADRID Fernando Alonso says he is only thinking as far ahead as next season and any extension of his McLaren Formula One contract beyond 2017 will depend on how he feels about the sport.

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