International Automobile Federation (FIA)

The International Automobile Federation (FIA) is to launch a tender process to find a new promoter of the World Rallycross Championship as it continues negotiations with IMG about the early termination…

The inaugural Motorsport Games has commenced in Rome today (Friday), backed by global broadcast coverage for the International Automobile Federation’s (FIA’s) new event.

Pay-television broadcaster BT Sport has acquired rights to the FIA World Rallycross Championship in the UK and Ireland from 2019 in a multi-year deal

Rights-holder FIA Karting has made its content available on the OTT platform, and will show its events on the platform’s subscription-free service, which launched on Thursday.

The Olympic Channel, the OTT media platform of the International Olympic Committee, has signed content partnerships with Latin American media group Claro Sports and the International Automobile Federation…

The World Endurance Championship motor racing series has extended its exclusive media-rights deal with the Infront agency. The new three-year deal will run from 2018-19 to 2020-21

Spanish public-service broadcaster TVE has acquired rights for the Formula E Championship electric car-racing series.

Swedish public-service broadcaster SVT has acquired rights for motor-racing’s World Rallycross Championship.

Organisers of the World Rallycross Championship have said that the 2014 edition of the motor-racing series generated 444 per cent more television coverage than the previous year.

In the latest interactive monthly data report, SportBusiness Media analyses the media-rights landscape of motorsport.

A successful inaugural Formula E season drove Fox to extend its Latin and North American deals ahead of time.

Interview with Oliver Ciesla, managing director of WRC Promoter, on the changes it has made to the World Rally Championship and how it is increasing audiences and rights fees.

The IMG agency believes that the recent deals it secured with 30 broadcasters for the newly-launched FIA World Rallycross Championship are a strong indication that the agency’s long-term investment in the sport will pay off.

French pay-television broadcaster Canal Plus has acquired rights for the Formula E Championship, the new electric car-racing series operated by the FIA, motorsport’s global governing body.

The inaugural World Rallycross Championship will be televised in the UK by British Eurosport in 2014 following a deal between series promoter IMG Motorsport and the British arm of the pan-regional broadcaster.