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Liberty Media CEO responds to rumours of Saudi Arabia F1 sale

The CEO of Liberty Media, Greg Maffei, has suggested that F1's commercial rights holder has no plans to sell Formula 1 to Saudi Arabia despite previous rumours suggesting the Kingdom’s Public Investment Fund was willing to pay upwards of $20 billion for the championship. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia already has a growing presence within […]
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