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F1 set to expand Fan Festival programme in 2019

Formula 1 is set to hold up to seven Fan Festivals in 2019 as part of Liberty Media’s ambition to expand the championship’s reach outside of Grands Prix. Formula 1’s first official gathering outside of a Grand Prix weekend was held in London in 2017, and this year events have been held in Shanghai, Marseille and Milan. A fourth and final 2018 gathering in Miami, at which Red Bull and Renault will be present, is to be held this weekend, alongside the United States Grand Prix in Austin. Formula 1 commercial chief Sean Bratches has revealed that additional festivals are planned for 2019, with China, Japan and the US regarded as attractive markets. “We’ve enjoyed...
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