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F1 racing: Financial difficulties and prospects are worse than coming (Part 2)

This annual organization fee is paid (advance), so it raises the question of whether they will be refunded (currently Australia only), or if F1 can keep it as an account for the 2021 season probably will be unlikely because it is related to the financial issue of the deposit. 

The loss of organizing fees was the result of the cancellation of the race, which in turn led to major revenue sources.

First of all, there are sponsors and advertising, no race takes place, no money.

Secondly, the units purchased television packages on a season-wide package, and when the number of races was cut, agreements with advertisers and their service users were governed. For example, in the UK, many fans spend money to buy packages of Sky cable television system, to fully monitor the happenings of F1. Therefore, they have no other reason to buy a television package when an event takes place. Since then, the advertising units do not want to spend too much money in exchange for 30 seconds to appear on TV.

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If the actual number of races that cannot take place exceeds 14, that is, the Chase Carey CEO’s expected number is between 15 and 18, the TV units will start receiving refunds 1 part, depending on the number of trips canceled.

If the entire season doesn’t go ahead, they’ll probably be able to claim all the money back for this 2020, because they simply can’t promote the brand without an event.

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Besides, it is unclear what terms if canceling the race for F1’s main sponsors such as Heineken, DHL and Emirates, because after all, who thought that the season would be canceled for reasons this disease. So what will the trade impact be like? What will the financial world think if the 2020 schedule is shortened or canceled?

Belgian racing talent died tragically at the age of 22

The talented Belgian cyclist Bjorg Lambrecht died tragically at the age of 22 at the prestigious Tour de Pologne Cycling Tournament in an unexpected accident.


Tour de Pologne is a famous race taking place in Poland. Tragedy arrived at the third race when young Belgian driver Bjorg Lambrecht suffered a serious accident.

Stage 3 has a length of 150.5 km from Chorzow to Zabre takes place at dawn 6/8. After completing one-third of the way, Bjorg Lambrecht unexpectedly deviated from the race, plunged into the concrete culvert and was seriously injured.

The young Belgian driver’s accident was so heavy that helicopters were immediately present to take him to the hospital. However, Bjorg Lambrecht was unable to succumb to the death scythe, and died on the operating table.

According to information from the British press, the riders had to compete in the condition of heavy rain. There have been 2 car crashes before.

“It was not a high-speed road. The road was wide and straight, and there were no bends, but he suddenly got out of the way, rushed out and hit the concrete pole” – Mr. Czelaw Lang, executive director race said.

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Bjorg Lambrecht was born in 1997 – a member of Lotto-Soudal racing team. He is a rising Belgian driver. In 2017, Lambrecht won the U23 Liege-Bastogne-Liege tournament, in 2018 he finished second in the U23 tournament in the world. The new Tour de Pologne is the second season for Bjorg Lambrecht to play professionally.

Lambrecht’s death created a gloomy atmosphere for the rest of the tournament. The first-place winner Pascal Ackermann did not celebrate the victory and gave his condolences to the Lambrecht family: “I am very painful to hear the news. At this time, the results are not important anymore.”

Honda announced motorsport activities in 2020 (Part 2)

In the terrain racing mode, Honda will continue to organize training sessions in Japan for riders of the competition team at the MFJ All-Japan Motocross Championship.

In addition, Honda will also continue training programs for young riders with the potential to participate in training camps around the world and compete in MXGP races.

With motor racing, in the Formula One World Championship (F1), Honda will strive to win even more victories by continuing to supply engines with the same specifications for the Scuderia AlphaTauri 3 racing team and the Red Bull Racing racing team.

In addition, Honda will continue to support young Japanese riders to compete in the FIA Formula 2 World Championship (F2) and the French F4 Championship.

In Japan, Honda will try to regain the championship in the most prestigious races by using the all-new NSX-GT model in GT500 competition, SUPER GT, which will apply the new technical regulations in the 2020 season. At the same time, Honda also changed the structure of the teams competing in the SUPER FORMULA Championship Japan Championship.

For customer races, in vehicle-based racing categories developed on the market-wide version, Honda will raise the challenge by not only providing engines but also enhancing support for teams so that each team can compete more competitively.

Honda will offer the CIVIC Type R and CIVIC TCR, at the FIA ​​World Touring Car Cup (WTCR), a tournament that started in 2018 and the TCR endurance race series, which is a race. popular all over the world. In addition, Honda will offer the NSX GT3 Evo at the Intercontinental GT Challenge (IGTC) – a competition held on five continents as well as GT championships and other races held in North America, Asia and Europe.

In North America, through Honda Performance Development (HPD), Honda will provide engines for five teams with a total of 13 cars to compete in the IndyCar Series.

In the field of motorbike racing, in 2016, SRS-Junior was renamed SRS-Moto, and the pain-developing systems and textbooks, as well as the machines used in the program, were renewed for them to work towards developing drivers to be able to compete at the level of world championships like MotoGP.

In the field of motor racing, SRS-Kart and SRS-Formula will maintain the structure established last year with Takuma Sato and Shinji Nakano as Principal and Vice-Principal, to further enhance the development environment of young driver.

Honda has been working hard to expand the popularity of motorsport. To spread the passion of motorsport to more people, Honda has been carrying out a wide range of events and activities, including those that are not yet familiar with motorsport can still be enjoyed such as: One-make race series sponsored by Honda Racing Corporation (HRC); Honda Sports & Eco Program; FIT 1.5 Challenge Cup; N-ONE OWNERS ’CUP; Honda Eco Mileage Challenge 2020; 2020 MO-SPO Suzuka Festival – A day of gratitude for fans; Honda Racing THANKS DAY 2020 …

Honda announced motorsport activities in 2020 (Part 1)

In 2020, Honda will continue to compete in the world’s leading prestigious motorcycle and automobile races, all of the employees present at Honda’s motorsport activities including: athletes, engineers, mechanics and other members of the team, will work as a “Team Honda” and compete by all efforts.

For motorbike, Honda will compete with the production teams that are members of Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) and strive to win the championship for the second consecutive year in all three types of tournaments: road race, motocros and trial. Furthermore, similar to last season, the HRC producer team is currently attending the Dakar Rally, which will move the race from South America to Saudi Arabia this year.

In the MotoGP category of the FIM Grand Prix World Championship, Marc Márquez, will welcome his younger brother, Alex Márquez, to compete for the Reosol Honda Team. With the new competitive personnel, Honda will strive to continue to win the “Triple Crown” title at the MotoGP tournament for the fourth consecutive year.

At the FIM Superbike World Championship, Honda will compete with the new HRC manufacturer team, called the HRC team, with Alvaro Bautista and Leon Haslam, a racing car developed on the all-new CBR1000RR-R FIREBLADE SP.

At the Japan MFJ All – Japan Championship, Honda will compete in the top divisions including Road Race Championship (JRR), Motocross Championship (JMX) and Trial Championship (JTR). Honda will continue to win the Motocross and Trial championships as well as regain the title of Road Race champion, thereby winning the MFJ All-Japan Championship for the first time in all three categories since 2017.

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At motor racing, combined with Honda’s racing activities in Asia where motorcycle racing is gaining interest and development, in the 2020 season, Honda will continue to support the team. Honda Team Asia competes in the Moto2 and Moto3 categories, belonging to the MotoGP tournament.

Moreover, to support the young riders increasingly competitive, Honda will continue to support the competitive riders at the FIM CEV Repsol Moto3 Junior World Championship. In addition, Honda will continue to use the IDEMITSU Asia Talent Cup (IATC) to motivate young riders to explore their potential and raise the number of other riders who can compete in world-class races.