F1 could be set to lose one of its major free-to-air broadcasters in a key market, according to Germany’s Sport Bild. Last week, RTL blamed
Reports indicate Bernie Ecclestone’s reign over formula one is once again under threat. This year, the sport’s long-standing ‘supremo’ survived the Gerhard Gribkowsky corruption affair.
F1’s current engine regulations could push manufacturers out of the sport and convince others not to press ahead with projects in the future. That is
Qatar, the small Arab country, looks set to break F1’s record for the highest-paying grand prix host. F1 business journalist Christian Sylt, who is close
Bernie Ecclestone on Saturday said he is prepared to “tear up” contracts and start again, as the sport’s civil war appeared to ease slightly in
F1’s three angry teams seemed slightly less angry on Saturday after a meeting with Donald Mackenzie. The usually paddock-shy CVC chief made the trip to
With F1’s biggest names swapping teams and the 2014 championship entering its decisive showdown, the furore over the future of the sport enjoyed a brief
The threat of a major civil war within formula one is growing by the day. That is the claim of Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport,