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Bernie Ecclestone hints at Formula 1 takeover

Bernie Ecclestone has stated that Formula 1 could be sold to a new owner before the end of 2016. The 84-year-old, who is the chief executive of the sport’s management company, Formula One Group, hinted that one of the sport’s shareholders could be on the verge of selling off their stake. Formula One’s parent company, […]

F1 may be sold in 2015 - Ecclestone

Formula 1 could be sold this year to one of three interested buyers, says the sport's supremo Bernie Ecclestone.

Ecclestone says F1 could be sold this year

Bernie Ecclestone says Formula 1 could be set for a change of ownership before the end of the year, with the Briton claiming…

Top F1 teams want Michelin from 2017

Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone is coming under pressure to pick Michelin over Pirelli as the next tyre supplier.

Formula One British Grand Prix In Doubt Next Year Says Ecclestone

Formula One’s chief executive Bernie Ecclestone says next year’s British Grand Prix is in doubt after the boss of Silverstone, the track which hosts the auto race, revealed that a 2013 property deal caused so much financial damage “that it is almost impossible to trade your way out of it.” Silverstone’s [...]

Honda's Sluggish Performance Is Putting Manufacturers Off F1 Says Ecclestone

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone says the sluggish performance of Japanese motor giant Honda is putting off other manufacturers from joining the auto racing series write Alice Wybrew  and Christian Sylt. “I think this is putting off other manufacturers. 100%. They have seen Honda come in and not do a very [...]

Its Time for Formula 1 Broadcasting to Change Lanes

2 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Apple, Inc. recently announced a new Apple TV, and with it CEO Tim Cook dropped a bomb: The future of television is the app. In an era of dying cable television subscriptions, now is the time for Formula 1, for Bernie Ecclestone, to switch broadcasting models. Read more...

Drivers & bosses have tyre summit

Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone calls top drivers to a summit meeting after they made critical comments about tyre supplier Pirelli.

Ecclestone backs Pirelli over tyres

Bernie Ecclestone and Formula One Management have expressed support to Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli in the wake of the…

Whiting: In F1, no one day is like another

In 1988, after a lengthy stint as an engineer at Bernie Ecclestone's Brabham team, Charlie Whiting joined the FIA's technical…

Ecclestone wants Renault works team

Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has called on Renault to remain in Formula 1 and return to its days of being a manufacturer…

Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Talk: Renault, Summer Break, Force India, More

As the Formula One teams prepare to close down for the mandatory two-week summer break, commercial rights chief Bernie Ecclestone is facing a revolt from the teams over next season's August shutdown. The provisional 2016 calendar has only a three-week gap between the Hungarian Grand Prix on August 7 and the Belgian race on August 28. Show More Summary

Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Talk: Renault Cash Talks, Sauber, Bianchi, More

Renault look set to join the quintet of teams receiving additional "bonus" funds from Formula One's commercial revenue if they return as a full constructor. Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that, providing they make sufficient investment...Show More Summary

Ecclestone to decide on 2017 tyre supplier

Formula 1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone is to meet with representatives from Pirelli and Michelin to decide which company should supply…

Ecclestone: We must not let this happen again

Formula 1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone says that the sport must ensure that the situation which befell Jules Bianchi does not happen…

Mallya: Ecclestone needs to 'un-crap' F1

Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone should find a way to "un-crap" the sport if he feels that he doesn't have a good enough…

New drivers could rev Formula One’s billions

Private equity backer CVC is ready to speed off after a decade of turbocharged returns, while 84-year-old patriarch Bernie Ecclestone may not be doing enough to tune high-tech motor racing’s commercial chassis. Qatari and U.S. owners might just restore full power.

Ecclestone should step down - Jordan

Bernie Ecclestone should step down as Formula 1 supremo so somebody "radical" can take over, says Eddie Jordan.

Some Of The Worst People In Sports Are Trying To Buy Out Formula One

3 months agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Strange as it may seem to read it, flop-haired sinister Andy Warhol impersonator Bernie Ecclestone doesn’t actually own Formula One. The group with the biggest stake in the biggest spectacle of motorsports actually belongs to private equity firm CVC Capital Partners. And word on the street is they want out – and someone else wants in. Read more...

Takeover will not affect Ecclestone

Max Mosley says Formula 1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone's role "won't change" if a takeover of the sport is complete.

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