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Disney to keep Formula One TV rights at 1,500% premium as popularity surges

The company will pay between $75 million and $90 million a year for the rights as part of a three-year deal

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Walt Disney | Formula One

Lucas Shaw | Bloomberg 



Formula One, Disney TV Rights
Disney will show most of the car races on the TV networks ABC or ESPN, but can also put events on the sports-streaming service ESPN+

Co. renewed its deal to show races in the US, paying at least a 1,500% premium to hold on to the sport as its popularity surges, according to a person familiar with the deal.

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First Published: Sat, June 25 2022. 06:49 IST

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