LIQUI MOLY and Motorsport Network renew and expand data feed for global F1, MotoGP & Moto2 race fans

The partnership continues through Formula 1, MotoGP, and Moto 2 for the remainder of the 2021 season.

LIQUI MOLY and Motorsport Network renew and expand data feed for global F1, MotoGP & Moto2 race fans

London, March 16th of 2021 - Motorsport Network is proud to announce the renewal and expansion of its results feed agreement with LIQUI MOLY via its Motorsport Stats business. The agreement runs for the duration of the 2021 season, across Formula 1, MotoGP, and Moto 2.

LIQUI MOLY and Motorsport Network renew and expand data feed for global F1, MotoGP & Moto2 race fans.

LIQUI MOLY and Motorsport Network renew and expand data feed for global F1, MotoGP & Moto2 race fans.

Photo by: Motorsport.com

LIQUI MOLY will host newly developed interactive result visualizations on their website – allowing fans and customers to engage deeper into the split-seconds of results and performances.

The partnership provides global motorsport fans with instant results and data analytics on Motorsport.com social channels, and through its API services, allowing LIQUI MOLY to share this content across their own global social channels.

Motorsport Stats is the world’s leading repository of racing intelligence built on the sport’s gold standard database, Forix. Every season, the Motorsport Stats data collection teams and analysts capture a rich stream of data and result from more than 50 events each weekend across multiple time zones.

The company is the official stats supplier to the motorsport ruling body FIA, and also provides stats to promoters, teams, sponsors, and the media with results websites and data-powered products, such as widgets, visualizations, social media infographics, and more. The activity draws on the wider capacity of Motorsport Network to act as a partner, consultant, and solutions provider across the industry.

LIQUI MOLY and Motorsport Network renew and expand data feed for global F1, MotoGP & Moto2 race fans.

LIQUI MOLY and Motorsport Network renew and expand data feed for global F1, MotoGP & Moto2 race fans.

Photo by: Motorsport.com

Peter Baumann, Marketing Director at LIQUI MOLY said, “Continuing our proud sponsorships of Formula 1, Moto GP and as exclusive lubricant supplier of Moto2 and Moto3, we pride ourselves in matching our technologically advanced products with the most advanced motorsports. We are proud to expand and share this professional data feed of instant stats and results with global motorsport fans, asserting our commitment to the championships we are involved in”.

Gustavo A. RocheSVP of Motorsport Network and Managing Director of Motorsport Stats added: “Instant results allow our global fans to get closer to the sport and enjoy a richer experience; and with our newly built and unique visualizations, we are proud to feed LIQUI MOLY with our world-class interactive data and stats service. We can’t wait to see such a distinguished partner using our global-leading integrated products."

LIQUI MOLY and Motorsport Network renew and expand data feed for global F1, MotoGP & Moto2 race fans.

LIQUI MOLY and Motorsport Network renew and expand data feed for global F1, MotoGP & Moto2 race fans.

Photo by: Motorsport.com

shares
comments
Motorsport.com relaunches YouTube channel
Previous article

Motorsport.com relaunches YouTube channel

Next article

Motorsport Network launches INSIDEEVS Turkey

Motorsport Network launches INSIDEEVS Turkey
Load comments
The one-time Schumacher rival rebooting his career Down Under Prime

The one-time Schumacher rival rebooting his career Down Under

Joey Mawson made waves in the middle of the last decade, beating future Haas Formula 1 driver Mick Schumacher - among other highly-rated talents - to the 2016 German F4 title. A run in F1's feeder GP3 category only caused his career to stall, but now back in Australia Mawson's S5000 title success has set that to rights

General
May 20, 2021
Why Todt’s FIA successor could be cut from the same cloth Prime

Why Todt’s FIA successor could be cut from the same cloth

Jean Todt has signalled that he will not stand for re-election as FIA president. Mark Gallagher analyses the strong credentials of one potential successor…

General
May 2, 2021
The lesson football’s would-be wreckers could learn from racing Prime

The lesson football’s would-be wreckers could learn from racing

OPINION: The greed-driven push for a European Super League that threatened to tear football apart is collapsing at the seams. Motor racing's equivalent, the football-themed Superleague Formula series of 2008-11, was everything that the proposed ESL never could be.

General
Apr 21, 2021
The real-life racing rogues stranger than fiction Prime

The real-life racing rogues stranger than fiction

The forthcoming Netflix film linking the world of underworld crime and motorsport plays on a theme that isn't exactly new. Over the years, several shady figures have attempted to make it in racing before their dubious dealings caught up with them.

General
Jan 31, 2021
The cherished curios kept by motorsport's professionals at home Prime

The cherished curios kept by motorsport's professionals at home

Keeping trophies and momentos of key triumphs is par for the course for motorsport professionals, but what are the most cherished souvenirs picked up by the drivers and engineers who have seen and done it all?

General
Dec 26, 2020
Why motorsport should consider a mid-week future Prime

Why motorsport should consider a mid-week future

International motorsport has been the preserve of weekends, but the pandemic forced Formula E to get creative with its Berlin season finale as four races were held mid-week. Should FE and other series break with tradition and repeat the experiment?

General
Oct 5, 2020
How pragmatic principles made Ron Tauranac a design legend Prime

How pragmatic principles made Ron Tauranac a design legend

Jack Brabham's 1966 world championship campaign in his eponymous car was also a defining moment in the career of designer Ron Tauranac, who would apply the same ethos to his ultra-successful production racing car business, Ralt.

General
Jul 23, 2020
The ingrained failure motorsport must fix to avoid 'turf wars' Prime

The ingrained failure motorsport must fix to avoid 'turf wars'

OPINION: The FIA has warned that the major motorsport championships must not get engaged in 'turf wars' when it comes to the urgent need to re-organising the 2020 calendars, but there are tedious past problems that must be addressed to satisfy all.

General
May 3, 2020