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Formula 1 race promoters challenge Liberty Media

Formula 1’s commercial rights holder Liberty Media has been criticised for the direction it is taking the sport by grand prix promoters.  The Formula 1 Promoters Association, which consists of representatives from 16 unnamed races on the calendar, held a meeting in London on Monday in which it expressed a series of concerns over Liberty’s methods.  In a rare statement, the FOPA highlighted F1’s move away from free-to-air broadcasting as one of the key issues, with the UK’s coverage of the sport becoming exclusive to Sky Sports F1 from the upcoming 2019 season.  5774263478001 CrashTV:  “It is not in the long-term interest of the sport that fans lose free access to content...
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