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British GP should stay at Silverstone, says Stewart

15 Julio 2017

A number of venues have cut ties with F1 over the course of the sport's life, just look at the difficulties with events like the German, French, and American GPs, not to mention more recent ones like the Korean GP.

Formula 1 motor racing has signed a global deal with mobile app Snapchat to create exclusive content from its upcoming grand prix races.

Television viewing figures have been in decline steadily over the last decade, especially amongst the under 25s, and sporting events are no different.

"After this weekend's inaugural Our Story at the British Grand Prix, Snap will cover the races in Singapore, Japan, the US, Mexico, Brazil and Abu Dhabi".

Snap Inc.'s Ben Schwerin, Vice President of Partnerships stated : "We want to work with the most iconic sporting organizations in the world... working with Formula 1 has been at the top of our wish list for a long time". I'm definitely enjoying it and had a lot of fun, so I'm looking forward to tomorrow.

Ted Kravitz gives his thoughts on Saturday's qualifying session from the British Grand Prix in Silverstone. "I just related to the fans which I have embraced my whole life and it was fantastic to do something for them".

'Why can't we? UK Motorsport is worth £10.5bn and we are not the reason for that but we are at the centre of all of the UK motorsport industry'.

A future Formula One Grand Prix could be held at London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park after a privately-owned company revealed it has pitched a plan to the city's Mayor Sadiq Khan.

"We're talking to people around the world about grands prix". He was beloved by the fans and they had descended en masse on to the track in such numbers that his car could go no further. Whatever may come of the shield, the focus is right in protecting the drivers.

Hamilton's absence - the Briton was taking a break in Greece - was a talking point ahead of a race that he has won for the past three years, and four times in all. His move to run Renault in 2016 looked to be the culmination of his efforts but he left at the end of the season in a disagreement regarding how the team should be run. He also has been supplying the chassis for the Formula E series as the sport began with, in many ways, uniform autos.

"The Silverstone contract is still in place for another three years, so we have plenty of time to assess our options. Thanks to the Chapman family and having the great opportunity to join the Williams team with Ginny Williams, Frank Williams and Patrick Head and everybody who gave me the opportunity to drive for a great team, I have incredible memories".

British GP should stay at Silverstone, says Stewart