Sport Motorsport Network takes over Dutch Formula 1 ticket provider
downloads for racing comeback: With motorsport tickets back on track
© Motorsport Images Formula 1 and MotoGP start again in July - initially with "ghost races" Both the Formula 1 World Championship and the Motorcycle World Championship have a few Days published their calendar for the first races after the Corona mandatory break. Motorsport Tickets takes this as an opportunity to offer downloads of both background images with the calendars and interviews with experts about the return to the respective routes.
invests in ticketing business and takes over SportStadion, a leading Dutch company for motorsport tickets and racing events. The new acquisition will be integrated into the range of Motorsport tickets. The takeover follows the purchase of Bookf1 in January 2020, which was subsequently renamed Motorsport Tickets.
is the first choice for fans who want to experience the thrill of live racing around the world. The company, which is present throughout Europe, offers tickets for Formula 1, the MotoGP and the endurance world championships as well as for the 24-hour race in Le Mans and the historic Isle of Man TT.
Formula E founder: Combustion engines important in the fight against climate change
© Motorsport Images Alejandro Agag does not demonize the combustion engine The fight against climate change has high priority in many countries around the world and manufacturers are also working on solutions to make them more efficient and to produce greener cars. According to Formula E boss Alejandro Agag, motorsport plays an important role in this development - with both combustion and electric motors.
fans who buy motorsport tickets also get added value thanks to the benefits of being part of the Motorsport Network, including a free subscription to Autosport Plus, Motorsport Prime and Motorsport TV. Buyers of tickets will also receive a package with professional racing images from Motorsport Images after the event.
Motorsport Network is the world's leading company for digital media and events for car fans and motorsport fans. Every month, 56 million users in 81 countries visit a Motorsport Network website. The network includes Motorsport.com and Autosport.com as well as the car websites Motor1.com and InsideEVs.com, but also Motorsport.tv and Motorsport Tickets.
The ticketing business is fully integrated into the Motorsport Network portfolio. The international ticket business benefits from the network's technology-oriented, mobile-focused and sustainable approach. The new platform, which will soon go online under the umbrella of Motorsport Tickets, uses proprietary technology and was developed from scratch within the company.
Formula 2 Spielberg 2020: Drugovich wins - points for Mick Schumacher
© Motorsport Images First win in the second race for rookie Felipe Drugovich Rookie Felipe Drugovich (MP Motorsport) has the Formula 2 sprint race on the Red Bull Ring on Sunday won in Spielberg. From the pole position of the reverse grid, the Brazilian achieved a start-finish victory in a race with three safety car phases. After 28 laps he triumphed ahead of Louis Deletraz (Charouz).
Dale Ballentine, CEO of Motorsport Tickets: "I am very excited about the truly unique customer benefit we can offer this industry. Motorsport Tickets offers a great operational platform to integrate SportStadion's customized experience."
"Their collection of exclusive offers for fans," Ballentine continues, "including the launch of the now famous concept of the Orange Stand, which has now colored many Grand Prix landscapes in orange, really brings the fans together. Future growth is planned, with an ever expanding, more extensive range of adventure motor sports, which, in addition to a completely new one, which will start later in 2020, will focus on the experience of the fans.
Mehul Kapadia, Chief Operating Officer of Motorsport Network: "By At Motorsport Network, expanding our geographic coverage of the range of fan experiences, the integration of our Dutch business into the entire Motorsport Tickets platform will offer our customers additional reach and choice. For our partners, such as race tracks and racing series, this also means a further step towards broader access to global motorsport fans. This is another clear signal about our strategy; we invest in people, new technologies and platforms. "
RTL gets out of Formula 1 after 30 years From .
After 30 years, RTL will end its live coverage of Formula 1 at the end of the season. According to the TV station, the legal costs are too high. RTL had broadcast the most important motorsport series since 1991. © Photo: Christian Bruna / POOL EPA / AP / dpa RTL gets out of live coverage of Formula 1 at the end of the season. It is not yet known where Formula 1 will be shown in Germany from next year.