Singapore will host Formula One races until 2021

Singapore will host Formula One races until 2021

Singapore will host Formula One races until 2021

France has enshrined in law that big sporting events must be free-to-air, so the French Grand Prix fits into that category.

Chase Carey, the chairman and CEO of Formula One, said the race was "a signature" of the World Championship calendar - and one of its most "thrilling events".

Liberty Media had taken complete control of F1 in January, ending Bernie Ecclestone's 40-year reign at the helm of affairs.

"We're in the early days of the plans we have for the future", Carey said.

Carey said India should have a Grand Prix considering its rapid growth as a nation.

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"We are looking forward to offering our continued support to make the next four years even more spectacular and exciting". Besides India, Korea is another country that could not survive in F1 for long. The Formula One Group have agreed a deal with French television channel TF1 to show four full races exclusively free-to-air, with the rest of the 2018 season continuing as highlights. We have talked about the opportunity to grow the sport in Asia as well as the Americas.

"It is particularly important that Honda, one of the main manufacturers in the motor industry and a company that has played an important role in the history of motorsport, will still be in Formula 1 for years to come".

"We're proud of the race, we have a good relationship and our goal is to get to a place where we build on that partnership long-term".

"We believe agreements should always reflect ongoing fair value between two parties".

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