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Formula One Gets The Green Light For 25 Races

Formula One has been given the green light to increase the number of races on its calendar up to a maximum of 25 if it gets consent from the leading teams. It is a triumph for billionaire Bernie Ecclestone who has steered F1 from being an amateur past-time to becoming the [...]

Ecclestone casts further doubt on Monza

Formula 1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone says that the future of Monza on the calendar remains uncertain, with its current deal expiring…

Video of the Day: Ecclestone on Formula 1

F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone discusses the current state of the sport with the BBC F1's Eddie Jordan.

Formula 1 gossip

Toto Wolff says Ferrari are "catching up", Bernie Ecclestone frustrated by teams' lack of agreement over engines, & more.

F1 is too expensive - Ecclestone

Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone says the sport is too expensive and claims that it has many problems that need to be resolved.

VIDEO: I would quit if teams asked - Ecclestone

F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone discusses the state of the sport with BBC F1 expert Eddie Jordan.

Ecclestone happy with V6s if costs controlled

Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has said that he would be happy for the sport to continue using the current V6 turbocharged…

Button rejects women-only series

McLaren driver Jenson Button rejects Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone's proposal for a women-only F1 championship.

Motorsports Monday: There could be an all-female Formula 1 series

Here's everything you need to know about the wonderful world of motorsports this week. Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone told the press at last week's Malaysian Grand Prix that female drivers may benefit from having their own racing series. Show More Summary

Mouton unconvinced by all-female series

Michèle Mouton, the President of the FIA's Women in Motorsport Commission, is unconvinced that Bernie Ecclestone's idea of an…

Malaysian Grand Prix 2015: Lewis Hamilton is Formula One's greatest champion, says Bernie Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone has seen all the great champions in his four decades at the helm, but has claimed two-time winner Lewis Hamilton is the greatest...

Malaysian Grand Prix 2015: Bernie Ecclestone desperate to force through Formula One change

F1 supremo proposes points for qualifying, mixed-up grids, more double points and wet races as part of scattergun approach, writes Daniel Johnson...

Why We Don't Need A Separate Formula One For Women

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Bernie Ecclestone suggested that the answer to not enough women in Formula One would be to have a separate F1 championship for female drivers only. Yeah! Because "separate but equal" totally worked out the first time, right? Read more...

Bernie Ecclestone mulls over all-women world championship

Formula One's supremo suggests the likes of Susie Wolff should compete in special series on Sunday mornings before main race...

Ecclestone calls for separate F1 series for women

Bernie Ecclestone wants to create a separate category in Formula One for female drivers. He might have some trouble finding enough qualified to compete, but even if he did - would it end up on the same level as the Olympic games or be...Show More Summary

Formula 1 News: Bernie Ecclestone Says Female Championship Is 'Only a Thought'

Bernie Ecclestone insists the prospect of an all-female world championship is “only a thought” after having his idea slammed by Susie Wolff. Ecclestone, Formula One’s chief executive, has made the proposal to the 10 current teams onShow More Summary

Proposing a New Revenue-Sharing System for Formula 1

Formula One's revenue-sharing model is broken. Cobbled together around a campfire fuelled by the burning remnants of FOTA, the system is a series of secretive agreements made between the teams and Bernie Ecclestone. Some, those with more political power and clout, had a bit of negotiating room when coming to the table to make these deals. Show More Summary

FIA Revises 2015 Formula Calendar Following Decision To Drop German Race

The FIA, motorsport’s governing body, decided to drop the German Grand Prix from the 2015 Formula One calendar. The decision comes after months of negotiations between F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone and the operators of the Nürburgring and Hockenheim race tracks that usually host the German race. It was the Nürburgring scheduled to...

Valtteri Bottas' Injury Highlights the Struggle to Find a Female F1 Driver

Despite Bernie Ecclestone's assertion that, "It is inevitable that there will be another female [Formula One] driver," as reported by Luke Smith and Christian Sylt in Forbes, recent developments mean a woman on the F1 starting grid is...Show More Summary

Ecclestone backs Red Bull's call for equalisation

Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has backed Red Bull's call for governing body the FIA to rein in Mercedes' engine advantage…

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