With PA’s F1 coverage you can keep your audience up-to-date every step of the way.  Ensure your readers don’t miss out by giving them the latest stories and data straight from the F1 paddock throughout 2019.

Editorial

From Melbourne to Abu Dhabi via Paul Ricard, we will be at all 21 races of the 2019 season. We will start the year off with an extensive preview package for the new season including a Q&A overview and team-by-team guides.

 

For every grand prix, we begin our coverage on the Wednesday of race week with our key talking points. We will then cover the drivers’ press conference, the practice sessions, qualifying, race and all the paddock gossip. With our multi-asset articles, you will be giving your audience a grandstand view of every weekend’s action with our superb text, images, graphics and social media.

Data

Ensure you have all of the results as they happen. We supply the full driver list and results for all practice sessions, qualifying and the race. Whilst a race is in progress we supply live lap-by-lap updates with the position of all the drivers at the end of each tour. This also includes details of any crashes and retirements, which lap the event occurred, as well as the fastest lap for all drivers specifying the lap it occurred on. Driver and Constructor standings are updated immediately post race and issued to customers within minutes of the completion of the race.

Outside of the race weekend we also supply full driver profiles and team histories

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