Motorsports Market: By Channels and By Geography - Forecast 2015-2021

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Motorsports are competitive events held globally which uses highly optimized and customized motor vehicles for racing competition. There are different types of motor vehicles which are used in these competitions such as cars, bikes, go-karts, boats, trucks and snowmobiles and so on. The most popular of these involve cars and are generally called auto racing or automobile racing. Auto racing currently is promoted through different series such as Formula One, Indycar, GP2, Formula V6 Asia, Formula Nippon, Formula Three, F2, Formula Palmer Audi, Formula Atlantic and so on which are collectively categorized under Formula Racing and others.

The report ‘Motorsports Market’ is segmented by Revenue Channels consisting of Broadcasting, Ticketing, Merchandising, and Advertising/Sponsorship among others. These are further sub-segmented into various regions and numerous techniques to maximize the sales of the organizations. The report has also been analyzed based on the geographic regions such as Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific and RoW which are further categorized to eminent countries to provide vivid knowledge about the motorsports market.

Motor racing sports is considered as one of the significant sports across the globe. The popularity of these racing competitions will drive the motorsports market. The broadcasting of this competition in television and increasing popularity in social networking sites helps the organization to gain the attention of viewers and maximize the revenues. Europe is the dominant regions for broadcasting the motorsports in television. Owing to the presence of management heads and the largest global viewership along with high end market for Formula Racing Championships; Europe accounted for the largest market share and is likely to grow in future. Furthermore, adoption of electric vehicle in the competitive events will expand the motorsports market.

Key players in the Motorsports market include:
Michelin Tyres Plc. (France),
MRF Limited (India),
Pirelli (Italy),
Red Bull GmbH (Austria),
Ferrari S.P.A (Italy),
Goodyear (U.S.),
McLaren Automotive Limited (U.K.),
Mercedes-Benz GmbH (Germany) and others.
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1. Market Overview
1.1. Overview
1.1.1. U.S.: National Association For Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR)
1.1.2. Indycar Racing
1.2. Scope
1.3. Stakeholders

2. Executive Summary
2.1. Global Motorsports
2.2. U.S. NASCAR AND IndyCAR

3. Global Motorsports Market Forces Analysis
3.1. Market Drivers
3.1.1. Growth Of Formula Racing Format
3.1.2. Rising Revenues In The Formula One Racing Championships
3.1.3. Strong Market Growth Through Broadcasting And Social Networking
3.1.4. Implementing Changes In The Championship Point System
3.1.5. Campaigning
3.1.6. Market Growth Due To The Support Of Corporate Sponsorships
3.1.7. Related Events To Promote Racing And Increase The Attendence During The Racing Events
3.1.8. Introduction Of Advanced Technologies In Racing Cars
3.2. Market Constraints
3.2.1. Global Media Rights Distribution
3.2.2. Economic Concerns Over Organizing Of Motorsports Events
3.2.3. Lack Of Technological Advancements In Nascar Cars
3.2.4. Poor Television Ratings Due To Decline In The Viewers
3.2.5. Decline In The Ticket Sales Of Indycar Racing League
3.3. Market Challenges
3.3.1. Rising F1 Costs
3.3.2. Unable To Leverage The Video Marketing Opportunity
3.3.3. Out Of Control Team And Constructor Costs
3.3.4. Decline In The Sponsorships Due To Hike In The Cost Of Nascar Cars
3.3.5. Less Attendance Due To The Bleak Economic Conditions
3.3.6. Indycar Market Challenges:- Decline In The Overall Revenue Due To Competition With Other Sports
3.4. Five Forces Analysis
3.4.1. Power Of Suppliers
3.4.2. Power Of Customers
3.4.3. Threat Of New Entrants
3.4.4. Threat Of Substitution
3.4.5. Degree Of Competition

4. Motorsports Market Revenues By Channels
4.1. Broadcasting Revenue In Motorsports Market
4.1.1. Americas
4.2. U.S.: Nascar & Indycar Broadcasting Revenue
4.2.1. Nascar Racing-Broadcasting Developments
4.2.2. Indycar Racing – Broadcasting Developments
4.2.3. Europe
4.2.4. Asia Pacific
4.3. Ticketing Revenue In Motorsports Market
4.3.1. Americas
4.4. U.S.: Nascar & Indycar Ticketing Revenue
4.4.1. Nascar Ticketing-Key Facts
4.4.2. Indycar Racing Ticketing- Key Facts
4.4.3. Europe
4.4.4. Apac
4.5. Merchandising Revenue In Motorsports Market
4.5.1. Americas
4.6. U.S.: Nascar And Indycar Merchandising Revenue
4.6.1. Nascar- Merchandise Key Facts
4.6.2. Indycar- Merchandise Key Facts
4.6.3. Europe
4.6.4. 5Asia Pacific
4.7. Advertising/Sponsorship Revenue In Motorsports Market
4.7.1. Americas
4.8. Advertising/Sponsorship
4.8.1. Nascar Racing-Advertising &Sponsorships Key Facts
4.8.2. Indycar: Advertising &Sponsorships Key Facts
4.8.3. Europe
4.8.4. United Kingdom
4.8.5. France.
4.8.6. Germany
4.8.7. Others
4.8.7.1. Trends.
4.8.8. Apac
4.8.8.1. China
4.8.8.2. Japan
4.9. Race Hosting Fees Revenue In Motorsports Market
4.9.1. Americas
4.10. U.S.: Nascar and Indycar Race Hosting Fees
4.10.1 Europe
4.10.2 Apac

5. Motorsports Market- Geographic Analysis
5.1. Americas
5.1.1. Key Promotional Activities Organized / Undertaken By Nascar Racing
5.2. Asia Pacific
5.3. Europe

6. Market Entropy
6.1. New Product Launches
6.2. M&As, Collaborations, Jvs And Partnerships

7. Company Profiles
7.1. Bridgestone Corporation
7.2. Caterham Cars
7.3. Comma Oil And Chemicals Ltd- Cosan S.A Industria E Comercio
7.4. Computacenter
7.5. Ferrari S.P.A.
7.6. Federation Internatonale De L’automobile(FIA)
7.7. Force India
7.8. Goodyear
7.9. Lotus F1
7.10. Mclaren Automotive Limited
7.11. Mercedes-Benz Gmbh
7.12. Michelin Tyres Plc.
7.13. Motors Tv
7.14. Mrf Limited
7.15. Pirelli
7.16. Red Bull Gmbh
7.17. SAUBER.
7.18. Toro Rosso
7.19. Williams
7.20. Yokohoma
*More than 40 Companies are profiled in this Research Report, Complete List available on Request*
"*Financials would be provided on a best efforts basis for private companies"

8. Appendix
8.1. Research Methodology And Sources
8.2. Compilation Of Expert Insights
8.3. Disclaimer
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