88,979,371 video views

The Race Media's industry-leading YouTube channels for The Race and WTF1 have recorded 88,979,371 video views in 2020!

4m+ podcast downloads

The-Race.com and WTF1com podcast stats are racing ahead – more than a million hours of content were viewed in the past month.

1,014,000 YouTube Subscribers

Not only does The Race and WTF1 have a combined massive subscriber base of well over 1 million – subscriptions have grown dramatically in 2020 at 61 per cent.

94.5 million monthly fan interactions

The Race and WTF1 has more than 94.5 monthly fan interactions every month across our websites, YouTube channel and social media channels.

610 million homes

The Race All-Star Series powered by ROKiT Phones reached more than 610 million homes around the world via major networks including ESPN and Eurosport.

80+ networks reaching 198 territories

The second season of World's Fastest Gamer featured a six-part documentary series shown on 80+ networks in 198 territories around the world.

WTF1 Twitter engagement 400%+ better than F1

WTF1 and The Race's social media accounts enjoy incredible industry-leading engagement rates across Twitter and Instagram – better than F1, better than all race teams, better than all other motorsport sites.

88.9m video views

The Race Media’s industry-leading YouTube channels for The Race and WTF1 have recorded 88,979,371 video views in 2020!

4m+ podcast downloads

The-Race.com and WTF1com podcast stats are racing ahead – more than a million hours of content were viewed in the past month.

1m+ YouTube Subscribers

Not only does The Race and WTF1 have a combined massive subscriber base of well over 1 million – subscriptions have grown dramatically in 2020 at 61 per cent.

94.5 million monthly fan interactions

We have 94.5 million fan interactions every month via YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and our websites.

610 million homes

The Race All-Star Series powered by ROKiT Phones reached more than 610 million homes around the world via major networks including ESPN and Eurosport.

80+ networks reaching 198 territories

The second season of World’s Fastest Gamer featured a six-part documentary series shown on 80+ networks in 198 territories around the world.

WTF1 Twitter engagement 400%+ better than F1

WTF1 and The Race’s social media accounts enjoy incredible industry-leading engagement rates across Twitter and Instagram – better than F1, better than all race teams, better than all other motorsport sites.

88.9 million

YouTube video views

 

4 million

Podcast downloads

 

1 million +

YouTube subscribers

 

94.5 million

Monthly fan interactions

 

100+ networks

Showcase our TV content around the world

 

610 million homes

Reached with our esports content on TV

 

The video home of motorsport

The video home of motorsport

2020 YouTube video views through to November 14.

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More YouTube comments than the next best channel

New subscribers in 2020

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More video likes than the next best channel

Twitter engagement

The Race and WTF1 have unprecedented social media engagement rates on Twitter. 

  • 11% – WTF1
  • 6.1% – The Race
  • 2.1% – Formula 1
  • 1.5% – Motorsport.com
  • 1.4% – Planet F1
  • 1.1% – Speedcafe.com
  • .71% – Autosport
  • .69% – Racer.com
  • .65% – MotoGP
  • .51% – NASCAR

Instagram engagement

Instagram engagement rates for The Race and WTF1 are equally impressive.

  • 9.4% – WTF1
  • 7.3% – The Race
  • 6.8% – NASCAR
  • 6.6% – Sky Sports F1
  • 4.6% – MotoGP
  • 3.8% – Autosport
  • 30% – Formula E
  • 2.5% – Motorsport.com
  • 1.1% – Speedcafe
  • .61 – IndyCar