- World Championship Air Race (WCAR) is one of the world’s most popular motorsports and has been accredited by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) as a World Championship sporting event since 2006.
- From December 8-11 at the International MotorXpo Hong Kong 2022, World Championship Air Race will officially launch the 2023-24 Race Series and showcase a real-size model of a World Championship Air Race Edge 540 race plane.
- WCAR, iSHANG, and Coinstreet jointly announce a global
Konami and Bloober Team have signed a new “strategic co-operation agreement” that will see the companies create games together.
The new partnership between the Silent Hill publisher and The Medium developer will include “jointly developing selected contents and exchanging know-how”, according to a statement released by Bloober Team.
In a seperate press release, Konami said it was “excited to work with Bloober Team and other highly regarded development partners to produce games from existing and
Pending an approval from Major League Baseball, LeBron James will become part owner of the Boston Red Sox. This week, the NBA superstar became a partner with Fenway Sports Group, per the Boston Globe. The move makes James and Maverick Carter the first Black partners in FSG’s history and also increases James’ ownership stake in Premier League soccer club Liverpool.
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World Championship Air Race (WCAR) has agreed an exclusive partnership with FAI to stage an international series of air race festivals when the Series makes its debut in the first quarter of 2022.
The 15-year sanction will see the World Air Sports governing body provide sporting governance and contribute to the safety oversight for the new series, while granting WCAR exclusive staging rights on a range of piloted air vehicle classifications flown on air-gate courses,
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DESTIN, FL / ACCESSWIRE / November 25, 2020 / Xtreme Fighting Championships and one of Western Europe’s top broadcasters, Arena Sports, have extended their broadcast partnership after the success of XFC 43.
XFC 43 aired live on Nov. 11 on Arena Sports, a network of six channels in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and