Tag: Bernie Ecclestone
F1: Mosley reveals British GP watching brief
The FIA could step in to secure the future of the British Grand Prix if it runs into trouble in 2010, according to a recent statement from its president Max Mosley. The only thing is, it might choose not to interfere. And, if it did, Bernie Ecclestone might not listen.Tagged as: Bernie Ecclestone, British Grand Prix, Donington Park, FIA, Max Mosley, Silverstone
Over the white line: ITV F1 refuses to go quietly
This week we were pleased to find ourselves being followed on Twitter by ITV F1. This is not to claim we’ve had a rare experience, or that we are special little flowers. But it does make us glad to see that the team is refusing to go quietly.Tagged as: Aston Martin, Bernie Ecclestone, Donington Park, Honda, ITV F1, James Allen, Max Mosley, Mike Coughlan, Nigel Stepney, Tom Pryce, Top Gear
F1: Ecclestone’s Â£14.5 million ensures Williams will start season
The spectre of just 16 cars lining up on the Melbourne grid at the start of the 2009 season has been averted – thanks to a Â£14.5 million payment made by Bernie Ecclestone to the Williams F1 team.Tagged as: Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One, Minardi, sponsorship, Williams F1
Over the white line: put a quid or two on Felipe…
Massa has proved he is superb racer who pulled a cracking 2008 season out of the hat to become Ferrari’s lead driver against all expectations. He could do with a clean slate this year, without Bernie stirring things.
Over the white line: Drivers to be confined to ping-pong
Compound fractures, gold medals and the hitherto completely unsuspected fluffy side of Dietrich ‘Didi’ Mateschitz. Read on for the best of the week’s F1 and motorsport news…Categorised under: A1GP, Archive, F1, IndyCar Series, OpinionTagged as: A1 Team GBR, A1 Team USA, A1GP, Andretti Green Racing, Andy Priaulx, Bernie Ecclestone, Bobby Rahal, Danica Patrick, Danny Watts, Dietrich Mateschitz, Fairuz Fauzy, Formula One, James Allen, KERS, Marco Andretti, Mark Webber, Red Bull Racing, Sebastien Bourdais, Sebastien Buemi, Takuma Sato, Toro Rosso
Bernie: Even Lewis can’t save British GP if Donington fails
Bernie Ecclestone has told British F1 fans that not even a home champion will be enough to save their grand prix in 2010 should Donington Park fail to meet its obligation to stage the event.
Opinion: what F1 has in common with pro wrestling
Dodgy penalties and unclear regulations mean that Formula One increasingly resembles the scripted ‘sports entertainment’ of American professional wrestling. Is this really what the future holds?Tagged as: Bernie Ecclestone, Ferrari, Formula One, Opinion, Ron Dennis, videos
F1 quotes: Bernie calls Ferrari ‘clowns’
People in Formula One’s top tier, it would seem, are not reading from the same script at the moment after Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo vented his frustration at his team’s abject performance in Singapore.