What a month September was! Ferrari re-emerged from the shadows to take not only its first race win of the year, but to take three of the four victories in September. Marc Marquez made it look effortless in MotoGP as he edged ever closer to his fifth world title and following the release of both F1’s confirmed, and MotoGP’s provisional 2020 schedules, here at Motorsport Live we’ve had a flurry of interest with an-ever growing list of 2020 races available. Get up to speed on all our latest news and developments here.
F1's return from the summer break, saw Charles Leclerc confirm his No.1 place at Ferrari. A bitter sweet win in difficult circumstances at Spa, which was followed up by a commanding win in Monza just one week later. In Singapore having taken the pole, tyre strategies and the undercut denied him making it three-from-three, losing out to Ferrari team mate Sebastian Vettel. Ferrari had the opportunity to make it four in Russia, but internal politics and MGU-K failures, put pay to that, gifting Mercedes its first one-two since the British GP, and putting them in touching distance of their sixth world title in as many years. Wow.
The action wasn't reserved for just the F1 either. MotoGP took in 'fan favourite' destination Mugello for the San Marino GP alongside its third visit to its spiritual home Spain, for the Aragon GP. Marc Marquez took both in emphatic style, as he edges ever closer to his sixth premier class world title. With action right through the field, whilst the championship seems to look sewn up, the fight for runner-up spot is very much still alive.
Missed the action? Catch-up on all that happened in Formula 1, MotoGP, WEC and more in our August racing action update.
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Late September also saw Thomas Cook go into administration, including its motorsport arm, Thomas Cook Sport. Motorsport Live is looking to help and support anyone affected, who is worried they now won't get to go to their chosen race. Our dedicated team is on-hand ready to talk to anyone affected, to help them find replacement tickets the same or as close to their original selection as possible. If you know anyone affected, please be sure to point them in our direction. Our dedicated customer service line is +44 0208 970 7988
September saw Motorsport Live launch an all new fan experience product, as part of its Brazilian F1 race weekend ticket options. Formula See, is launching its inaugural live-streaming event in London. This brand-new fan experience, is about bringing like-minded F1 fans together for a unique race day experience. Taking place at Allianz Park in North-west London, 8 hours of activities await. Recap the whole of qualifying, catch all the pre-race build up, before watching a live-stream of the whole race, with live timing screens separate to the stream it will give you a true pitwall experience. A Race simulator, a Pit-stop Challenge and a Batak Machine are on-site throughout the day to experience racing up close and some of the skills involved, and a Giant Scalextric sets allows you to test your racing prowess against your friends. Adult tickets are just £45 per person. Children just £20. Get your Allianz Park Brazilian F1 Formula See tickets here.
Hot on the heels of its 2019 race concluding, Belgium announced its 2020 race was on-sale. All Belgium F1 2020 tickets options are now available at Motorsport Live, making it now 8 races from the 22-race calendar now available - joining Australia, Vietnam, Monaco, Spain, Canada, Austria and Hungary. Experience it live in 2020 with Motorsport Live.
Not to be out done, Argentina MotoGP 2020 tickets went on sale, joining Austria in tickets already available. All others races will be available soon. To be notified when your preferred race becomes available, register your interest today at Motorsport Live.
To read all about the new MotoGP Provisional 2020 calendar, read our news article.
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Looking forward to this month
After an action-packed September, October has a lot to live up to. As the F1 and MotoGP seasons rapidly approaches its conclusion, October might see Mercedes become the first ever six times back-to-back world champions, surpassing Ferrari's dominant 2000-2004 era. Marc Marquez is also very likely to be crown world champion too.
Ticket wise, the French MotoGP 2020 tickets are expected to go on sale as we go to press, so be sure to keep an eye on the ticket page and follow our Facebook social media channel for news of them these tickets become available.
Autumnal weather might have well and truly arrived. If all this makes you dream of being in sunnier climbs, and dreaming about where you might want to go in 2020, be sure to read our article from earlier this month on our five best almost guaranteed perfect weather races that are worthy of consideration.
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Have a great October. See you in November. Motorsport Live.