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Motor racing-Brawn returns to Formula One in management role

LONDON, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Former Ferrari technical director and world championship-winning team principal Ross Brawn stepped back into the Formula One arena on Monday in the new role of managing director for motorsport.

Liberty hands Brawn key Formula 1 role

Liberty Media has appointed ex-Formula 1 Team Principal Ross Brawn to the newly-created role of Managing Director, Motor Sports…

Carey replaces Ecclestone as Liberty completes Formula One takeover

Bernie Ecclestone's long-standing governance of Formula One ended Monday.        

Liberty Media completes F1 takeover

Liberty Media has completed its previously announced takeover of Formula 1, with Chase Carey taking over from Bernie Ecclestone…

Ecclestone leaves position as F1 CEO

Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that he has departed his role as Formula 1's CEO, following a meeting with Formula 1 Chairman…

Bernie Ecclestone's reign set to end

Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that his reign at the head of Formula One is over with US giant Liberty Media is on the brink of completing its takeover of F1,

UPDATE 1-Motor racing-Ecclestone replaced as Formula One boss - report

LONDON, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Bernie Ecclestone's 40-year reign as Formula One supremo is over with the glamour sport's new owners Liberty Media replacing him with American Chase Carey, Auto, Motor und Sport magazine reported on Monday...

Race of Champions: Germany wins Nations Cup

FROM SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL Bragging rights went to foreign drivers this weekend on the big slot-car track in Marlins Park. In the first visit to the United States in the 28th running of the Race of Champions, America first wasn’t achieved in team or individual competition. Sebastian Vettel was a one-man juggernaut in carrying Germany to [...]

Motor racing-Ecclestone replaced as Formula One boss -report

LONDON, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Bernie Ecclestone has been replaced as Formula One supremo by the sport's new owners Liberty Media and offered a new honorary role, Auto Motor und Sport magazine reported on Monday.

Ecclestone forced out of F1, says magazine report

Bernie Ecclestone has been forced out of his position as Formula 1 chief executive, according to a German motor sport magazine.

Motor racing-Nice names a street after late F1 driver Bianchi

NICE, France, Jan 23 (Reuters) - The late French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi now has a street named after him following a ceremony in his home city of Nice on Monday.

Rallying-Ogier's Monte win is the boost M-Sport needed, says Wilson

LONDON, Jan 23 (Reuters) - British-based M-Sport can hope to challenge for victory at every world championship rally this season after Sebastien Ogier's weekend win in Monte Carlo, according to team boss Malcolm Wilson.

Gossip: Liberty Media, Ecclestone, Rosberg, Red Bull, Horner, Hulkenberg

Nico Rosberg likes the potential takeover of F1, Barcelona to have wet-testing, Christian & Geri Horner have a new baby, plus more.

Salo: Hamilton 'clear number one' in 2017

Mika Salo says he expects Lewis Hamilton to be treated as the "clear number one" at Mercedes in 2017, as Valtteri Bottas becomes…

Motor racing-Manor F1 talks ongoing but money needed

LONDON, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Administrators for the Manor Formula One team say talks with interested parties have intensified but a firm financial commitment has yet to be secured as a deadline looms.

Pirelli gets extra wet-tyre test at Fiorano

Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli has been granted an extra wet-tyre test ahead of the 2017 season, to assist its preparations…

Video: Márquez tackles Kitzbühel on bike

Watch as Marc Márquez tackles Kitzbühel's Hahnenkamm on his Repsol Honda MotoGP bike.

Rallying- Constructor Standings

Jan 23 (Gracenote) - Constructor Standings after the Rally of Monaco on Sunday Constructors Points 1. M-Sport World Rally Team 40 2. Toyota Gazoo Racing 24 3. Hyundai Motorsport 20 4. Abu Dhabi Total World Rally Team 10 . Citroen Total Abu Dhabi World Rally Team

Rallying- Driver Standings

Jan 23 (Gracenote) - Driver Standings after the Rally of Monaco on Sunday Drivers Points 1. Sebastien Ogier (France) M-Sport World Rally Team 25 2. Jari-Matti Latvala (Finland) Toyota Gazoo Racing 18 3. Ott Taenak (Estonia) M-Sport World Rally Team 15 4. Daniel Sordo (Spain) Hyundai Motorsport 13 5. Craig Breen (Ireland)

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