Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that Ferrari has a veto over who will succeed him as head of Formula 1.
With almost two weeks passing since the end of the 2013 season, there is no let-up in the Formula One rumour mill. Amongst today’s topics, Bernie Ecclestone remains hopeful that the New Jersey Grand Prix will still take place, while a new lead has emerged as to what the Sauber and Caterham driver line-ups may look like. Begin Slideshow
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has said there is 'no doubt' the Grand Prix of America will take place in 2015, despite yet another postponement.
Bernie Ecclestone has hailed Kimi Räikkönen as the 'star driver' of 2013 and has said the way he performed was ‘super’.
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey will definitely not happen next year, although he is still hoping to make it a reality and is now aiming for 2015.
Bernie Ecclestone reckons Fernando Alonso "gave up a little bit" as the 2013 Formula 1 season developed, amid reports that the Ferrari driver was looking to join another team.
Love him or loathe him, Hermann Tilke's impact on Formula One cannot be denied. With the exception of Bernie Ecclestone, no man has influenced the sport more in the past decade. Tracks which he designed, modified or otherwise had a hand in will hold 12 of the 22 races provisionally scheduled for the 2014 season. Show More Summary
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo has laughed off Bernie Ecclestone's recent comments claiming that Red Bull team boss Christian Horner would be his ideal successor.
Sport's ageing supremo says 40-year-old Red Bull team principal could succeed him at the helm One-Minute Read LAST UPDATED AT 13:14 ON Fri 22 Nov 2013 FORMULA 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has identified the man he would like to replace...Show More Summary
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone says he would like to see Red Bull team boss Christian Horner succeed him when he ultimately hands over running of the sport.
Tony Blair won the 1997 general election by a landslide and in the early days of that Labour Government - Labour accepted a £1 million donation from Bernie Ecclestone the diminutive and very wealthy face of Formula One motor racing.Show More Summary
It's come out that Bernie Ecclestone, the chief executive of Formula One, paid three team principals - Eddie Jordan, Alain Prost and the late Tom Walkinshaw - $10 million each to sign the 1998 Concorde Agreement. Concorde being a commercial...Show More Summary
Bernie Ecclestone made 10 million dollar payments to three team bosses to ensure the signing of a new Concorde Agreement in the late 1990s, it has been alleged.
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has plenty on his mind right now as he is at the High Court in London, giving evidence in a damages case against him. With that being said, the biggest challenge facing the 83-year-old right now is getting into court. Watch as Bernie has some entry issues with the revolving doors. Read more Motorsports news on BleacherReport.com
The world is changing for old people. Cars are now easier to get into and buses kneel down for you. But fine print is getting finer and everything is becoming touchscreen operated, which can be tricky. Doors, however, have largely gone unchanged. Read more...
The very wealthy are different from you and me. They're better. They don't have to open doors themselves — they employ poors to do that for them, thank you very much. Which is why Formula One head honcho Bernie Ecclestone had a tough time with doors on his way to court today. Read more...
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone appeared in the High Court in London on Wednesday and denied accusations of making a 'corrupt agreement' to ensure he remained at the helm of the sport.
Bernie Ecclestone has been at the helm of Formula 1 since the 1970s, during which time hundreds of drivers have put their varying skills to ultimate test at circuits all over the globe. But what about his dream grid? The 83-year-old reveals all…
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone says he has doubts over the provisional 2014 calendar, suggesting that the Mexican and New Jersey races will miss the final cut.
I rarely watch movies, much less make recommendations. If I want great drama, excitement, or a human interest story, I watch motorsports. Racing has it all covered with a roller coaster of emotions from the highest of highs to lowest of lows. "1" the Formula One film, contains all these emotions and more in spades. Read more...