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FIA sets budget cap of $ 175 million for next Formula 1 season

The aim of the FIA ​​is to balance the competition, as McLaren-Mercedes has dominated for more than five years without opposition, generating a loss of interest on the part of fans.

Carlos Barroca: “It doesn't matter if you have a budget of 10 million, 1 million or 100 thousand euros. There has to be vision ”

With the domestic market saturated, it is unanimous that the Portuguese League should start an internationalization process, taking advantage of the fact that Portugal has formed some of the best talents in the world and still boasts the title of champion of Europe. In an interview with JE, Carlos Barroca leaves some advice so that the League can win fans around the world.

Study values ​​I Liga 'naming sponsor' by 7,4 million euros

The audience, in a global estimate of Liga NOS, is more than 135 million viewers worldwide, with the annual broadcast of more than 12 television programs, estimates the study by Nielsen Sports.

Liverpool-Atlético de Madrid led to 41 deaths after infections, study reveals

The study published today by the British newspaper, based on data from the British National Health Service (NHS), proved that the game, which was attended by about three thousand supporters of the Spanish club, caused more deaths than the tragedy of the Heysel stadium , in Brussels, in 1985, which recorded 39 fatalities among Juventus and Reds fans in that year's European Champion Clubs' Cup final.

Cancellation of the Monaco GP resulted in a loss of 100 million euros

Since the Queen's weekend was not held on the streets of the Principality, the Monaco Grand Prix organization, which is in charge of the Monaco Automobile Club, caused a loss of 100 million euros.

Formula 1 will avoid countries with insufficient health care

"We will not go to countries where the health crisis is so severe that there is not enough capacity in their health system," said Wurz, who participated in a video conference with Formula 1 'bosses', Chase Carey, and the International Automobile Federation, Jean Todt, on ways to minimize risks at the 2020 World Cup.
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