Liberty Media, which bought the commercial rights to Formula One earlier this year, has picked Ross Brawn to head the management of the sport.
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Bernie Ecclestone says he will remain active in Formula One commercial rights management for another three years, dashing the hopes of many that the octogenarian would finally shuffle off into the sunset.
Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport is reporting that the commercial rights to Formula One have been sold to Liberty Media for $8.5 billion. Does that mean we don’t have to put up with Bernie Ecclestone any more? Not necessarily.
Lewis Hamilton stormed to pole position for tomorrow’s Italian grand prix at Monza, finishing nearly a full second ahead of the fastest Ferrari.
The Haas Formula One team will introduce a new double wave wing at Monza this weekend, and I will be there to see if it works. Stay tuned!
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton was slammed with a 55 spot grid penalty at Spa after his team changed most of the powertrain components in his car. The penalty will make it difficult for him to maintain his points lead.
Respected motorsports journalist Joe Saward says he is hearing rumors that Apple may be bidding to buy Formula One. Why? It’s all about eye balls.
Bernie Ecclestone says he may cut one or more European races from the calendar as he adds races from obscure locations who have no tradition of motor racing. Today, it’s all about who can stuff the most money into Bernie’s pockets, not competition.
Speaking before Sunday’s Formula One race in Baku, Azerbaijan, Bernie Ecclestone said the city made North America in general and Montreal in particular look like “a shit hole.”
Human rights groups are urging Bernie Ecclestone and Formula One to apply pressure to the government of Azerbaijan to end its pattern of arrests and torture. We are still waiting for a response.
So far in 2917, Ferrari Formula One cars have made much better starts than the cars from Mercedes. Is Ferrari’s unique clutch control a factor in that starting line success?