Fox Sports F1 Live: Lewis Hamilton scores on pit lane restart
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Fox Sports’ live coverage of the 2017 F1 season was made possible by a series of actions by Fox Sports and Fox Racing, who have worked together for more than a decade.
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Read moreThe actions were put in place to protect drivers’ interests and ensure that the sport is fair and competitive for everyone.
The move to bring in new regulatory standards was part of a wider package of measures announced by the FIA earlier this year.
Under the new rules, the governing body is committed to increasing the number of races to at least 15 races and the number to five.
There will also be a limit on teams that will race with drivers from their countries, and those that compete in F1 from the 2018 season onwards.
“We have always supported Formula One and have always been committed to ensuring it was run with the highest level of integrity,” said Fox Sports managing director Mike Symon.
Fox Sports Live on Fox Sports Go was launched in 2015, and features live coverage from all of the Fox Sports channels, including Fox Sports 1, 2, Fox Sports 3, Fox Soccer 1, Fox Hockey 1, the Fox Soccer 2, and Fox Soccer 3.
Following the new regulatory changes, a number of Fox Sports studios and affiliates across the globe will have to switch their channel allocations to a new arrangement.
For Fox Sports, the new regulations are part of the broader plan to create a more flexible, competitive and high-quality product for fans.
However, the measures do not impact the future of the business.
All of the action takes place before the season kicks off in the US, and the teams involved are still required to meet the new set of regulations.
On Sunday, the teams will race in a special race in Melbourne, where they will attempt to score a victory on the wet track.
Despite the new measures, the FIA has already said it will not allow teams to run a race in China without first being authorised to do so.
In a statement, FIA president Jean Todt said the regulations “should be viewed in the context of the existing regulations, and not in any new context.”
Fox Sports’ live coverage of the 2017 F1 season was made possible by a series of actions by Fox Sports…