Twitter sponsors Formula One As of the Spanish Grand Prix and for a further nine rounds of the 2018 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, followers of the official @f1 account on Twitter will be able to access an exclusive live post-race show, hosted by leading broadcaster Will Buxton with accompanying F1 legends as co-hosts.
Netflix partners with Formula One This Netflix original series will be the first to truly immerse the audience inside the cockpits, the paddock and the lives of the key players in Formula 1. The series will have unparalleled and exclusive access to the world’s fastest drivers, team principals and owners, as well as Formula 1’s own management team.
Sirius XM signs deal with Formula One NEW YORK, Oct. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- SiriusXM and Formula 1 have entered into a multi-year agreement that makes SiriusXM the exclusive North American radio broadcaster of all Formula 1® (F1®) races, starting with this weekend's United States Grand Prix. SIRIUS XM logo. (PRNewsFoto/SIRIUS XM Radio)More
Champagne Carbon sponsors Formula One Champagne is a Formula 1 tradition and indeed in motor sport as a whole and its unmistakeable taste now comes in a very high-tech package, befitting this technological sport. The Champagne Carbon bottles are coated with the same type of carbon fibre used in the manufacture of the Formula 1 cars.
Snapchat partners with Formula One Our Stories, one of three types of content on Snapchat’s Discover platform, are compilations of Snaps submitted from Snapchatters at events and locations around the world, and curated by teams of editors and producers at Snapchat. Our Stories allow Snapchatters at the same event to contribute their unique perspectives through video and photo Snaps to one collective Story, capturing the atmosphere and excitement. 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.
Heineken signs deal with Formula One Although sources close to the deal would not comment on the record, the agreement is said to have been reached directly between Formula One management and Heineken, which has previously enjoyed high-profile partnerships with Champions League Football and the Rugby World Cup.