YouTube Joins Forces With Formula One?

If the deal gets confirmed, it will be the first time a major internet-based company is represented on the track. It also opens some potentially interesting content producing avenues for YouTube in the sport of Formula One.

F1-Live is reporting that YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley was at last weekend’s race at Silverstone in the UK, reportedly putting the finishing touches on a sponsorship deal with the new US F1 team. If the deal gets confirmed, it will be the first time a major internet-based company is represented on the track. It also opens some potentially interesting content producing avenues for YouTube in the sport of Formula One.

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