Fox Sports’ F-1 car will make its 20th appearance in the 2030 Tour de France on Thursday.
The F-0 will drive the opening round in Belgium, before racing in France on Saturday and then in Italy, Spain and Italy again on Sunday.
“We’ve been racing F- series cars for the past 15 years,” F1’s Chief Executive Officer Chase Carey said in a statement.
“It is a special honor to drive the iconic F-Series in front of our fans and fans in the home country.
I am proud to have driven one of these F-series cars in front, and I look forward to watching them race again in 2019.”
Carey said he was looking forward to the weekend’s race.
“The F-Zero is a classic and an iconic racing machine, and it is a pleasure to have this special partnership with Fox Sports,” Carey said.
We are thrilled to announce that the F,F-Zero will make an official debut at the race on Thursday, July 21, 2019, and will race the opening lap on the first day of the race.” “
When we first started talking about bringing the F-Fighter to the United States, I knew it would be an incredible opportunity to make the race and to see it on TV.
We are thrilled to announce that the F,F-Zero will make an official debut at the race on Thursday, July 21, 2019, and will race the opening lap on the first day of the race.”
The F,Zero will be the first car to compete in the event since it debuted in 2016.
“In our quest to create a world class racing experience, we have had the pleasure of working with Chase and Fox Sports to bring F-2s, F-3s, and F-5s to the sport in the U.S.,” Fox Sports President of Sports Programming Jim Puckett said in the statement.
Carey said the race is a part of the organization’s goal of expanding F1 racing to new markets.
“This is an incredible honor for Chase Carey and I want to thank him and his family for their hard work,” Pucketts said.