Andrew Benson looks back at the life and times of Bernie Ecclestone, following the F1 boss' payment to end the bribery case against him.
LONDON, Sept 18 (Reuters) - Formula One cannot be run like a dictatorship, even if many people in the sport are used to that, according to the new chairman appointed to work with commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone.
One-Minute Read Fri 16 Sep, AT 12:37 F1 takeover: Bernie Ecclestone on the verge of quitting Veteran Formula 1 ringleader 'uneasy' about new owners, but who could they bring in to replace him?
Bernie Ecclestone will "walk away" from F1 if new owners interfere with his running of the business, according to Max Mosley.
FROM FOXBUSINESS.COM LONDON – Formula One commercial chief Bernie Ecclestone said Wednesday he is overseeing the sale of the motorsport series to an American media conglomerate. In an interview with The Associated Press, Ecclestone said he will retain his role as F1 enters a new era under the ownership of cable TV group Liberty Media, [...]
Ecclestone said he will retain his role as Formula One commercial chief.
Former F1 driver Sir Stirling Moss says the sport needs "dictator" Bernie Ecclestone at the helm following its £3.3bn takeover.
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone and Chase Carey say they aim to keep improving the sport following the takeover of the sport by Liberty Media.
Bernie Ecclestone, who will remain CEO, hopes the deal will drive the growth of F1, particularly in the U.S.
If you hoped that the sale of Formula One would mean that troll-king Bernie Ecclestone would retire to the bridge from whence he came to a nice life of bribing he Billy Goats Gruff, I’ve got some bad news. Ecclestone will remain the chief executive officer of F1, per Autosport, sharing duties with a new chairman. Read more...
Formula One commercial chief Bernie Ecclestone said Wednesday that he is overseeing the sale of the motorsport series to an American media conglomerate
Car racing billionaire Bernie Ecclestone, 83, was accused of paying a $44 million bribe to a German bank. But a German court agreed to end his trial when Ecclestone offered to pay the court $100 million. Via BBC: The ruling means he walks free from the district court in Munich and can continue running the sport. Show More Summary
Longtime Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone will remain involved with his beloved sport, even after an imminent takeover by a U.S.-based media company. Ecclestone, head of Formula One for the past four decades, says he’s been asked to stay on for three years after the takeover, Reuters reports. Show More Summary
Formula 1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone says he has been asked to remain in the sport for the next three years, amid Liberty Media's…
LONDON, Sept 7 (Reuters) - Formula One's commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone has been asked to stay on for three years after an imminent takeover of the sport is completed by U.S. cable TV mogul John Malone's Liberty Media.
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone says he has been asked to stay on for three years once a takeover of the sport is completed.
Flop-haired muppet and dictator aficionado Bernie Ecclestone has controlled Formula One for decades now, and for decades now the sport has been regularly wracked by turmoil. But the traveling F1 circus might finally be sold from his grasp. And that might be the thing that saves it. Read more...
Bernie Ecclestone to stay in Formula 1, Liberty Media Corporation to face competition for purchase, 17-year-old set for Williams drive.
MONZA, Italy, Sept 4 (Reuters) - A takeover of Formula One by Liberty Media, rumoured to be imminent, could be good news for the sport but Bernie Ecclestone is likely to remain at the helm for some time yet, paddock insiders said on Sunday.
FRANKFURT, Sept 3 (Reuters) - A sale of Formula One to Liberty Media is to go ahead next week, the sport's commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone told German trade magazine auto motor und sport on the sidelines of the Italian Grand Prix at Monza on Saturday.