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Bernie Ecclestone

Ecclestone and Mackenzie could buy F1

Oct 09, 2015No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone has now stepped away from his earlier claim that the sale of formula one is imminent. Earlier this week, the F1 supremo indicated

Toto Wolff

New F1 owner must be committed to the sport...

Oct 07, 2015No Comments

F1’s next owner needs to be fully committed to the sport. That is the view of Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff, after F1 supremo Bernie

Bernie Ecclestone

Formula one to be sold “shortly”...

Oct 07, 2015No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone said on Tuesday he expects formula one to be sold “shortly”. Earlier this year, multiple media reports suggested current owner CVC was eyeing

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


Ecclestone, Walsh, Montezemolo join F1 boar...

Dec 19, 2014No Comments

F1’s owner CVC has made three notable appointments to the sport’s executive board. After escaping jail in the wake of the Gerhard Gribkowsky scandal, chief


Walsh unlikely to ‘rein in’ Ecc...

Dec 12, 2014No Comments

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


New F1 chairman set to ‘marginalise&#...

Dec 04, 2014No Comments

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.


Ecclestone ready to renegotiate F1 contract...

Nov 23, 2014No Comments

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