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Bernie Ecclestone

Roberto Mehri

Manor’s one-car Sepang race deliberat...

Apr 02, 2015No Comments

Manor has dismissed as “nonsense” rumours it only had the ability to run one car at a time last weekend in Malaysia. The governing FIA

Sebastian Vettel

Ecclestone wrong to criticise Vettel –...

Mar 31, 2015No Comments

Gerhard Berger has hit back at Bernie Ecclestone, following the F1 supremo’s criticism of Sebastian Vettel. Before Vettel won for Ferrari on Sunday, 84-year-old Ecclestone

Daniel Ricciardo

CVC would sell F1 to Red Bull – Eccle...

Mar 28, 2015No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone has welcomed reports Red Bull might be looking at buying formula one. Some journalists have speculated there is more than meets the eye


Hockenheim warns Ecclestone of contract ...

Mar 28, 2015No Comments

Hockenheim has hit back at Bernie Ecclestone’s suggestion that Germany might not return to the F1 calendar in 2016. The country has been controversially axed

Bernie Ecclestone

Ecclestone lets frustration show in Malaysi...

Mar 27, 2015No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone cut a frustrated figure on Friday. Speaking to reporters in Malaysia, the F1 supremo refused to accept the blame for the axe of


Malaysia unhappy with its F1 GP deal

Mar 24, 2015No Comments

As the F1 circus touches down in Malaysia, it is possible this week’s race will be the seventeenth and last at Sepang. Early this year,


Manor will be ready to race in Malaysia

Mar 17, 2015No Comments

Manor insists it is travelling to Malaysia next weekend to race. The FIA investigated the former Marussia team in Australia, amid suspicions the cars, drivers


Ecclestone’s TV strategy worries spon...

Mar 12, 2015No Comments

Sponsors have expressed concern about Bernie Ecclestone’s television strategy for formula one. Increasingly, the trend has been away from free-to-air to subscription-based coverage of the