Even Niki Lauda admits he is not sure what is the future of F1’s engine regulations. Bernie Ecclestone revealed last week that he intends to
Bernie Ecclestone refuses to give up his crusade against F1’s current engine formula. Meeting with a select group of reporters on Thursday including Forbes’ business
Bernie Ecclestone on Thursday sounded unfazed following reports a new F1 chief intends to ‘rein in’ the long-time F1 supremo. The reports have said likely
Bernie Ecclestone has admitted Korea is unlikely to make its return to the F1 world championship next year. That is despite the country being listed
A source has reinforced reports Bernie Ecclestone could be ‘reined in’ by the incoming new F1 chairman. Last week, the Financial Times (FT) reported that
Bernie Ecclestone has credited Mercedes’ team management for preventing a “lousy” world championship in 2014. Considering the German team’s utter dominance this year, the F1
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.
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