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Being a fan can make you a better director. Just ask J.J.

Liberty made a bold statement of intent last night, removing Bernie Ecclestone – widely regarded as Mr.F1 – from a throne he had occupied for four decades. 312 more words

Chase Carey

SCURT/2: Melbourne, turneul veteranilor; schimbare pe tronul F1; programul TV

* Foarte interesanta aceasta editie a Australian Open, vara australa priind, se pare, in special, oaselor batrane, de vreme ce fazele finale sunt populate masiv de jucatori (si jucatoare…) de peste 30 de ani. 422 more words

Like All Dictators, Bernie Ecclestone has left power with his head on a spike

23rd of January 2017 will be remembered in the history of Formula One and Motorsport forever, maybe as the day it did what it needed to do to starve off seemingly permanent decline. 761 more words

Ecclestone ousted as F1 chief: report

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Bernie Ecclestone’s reign over Formula One appears to be over after the 86-year-old told a German motorsport magazine on Monday he had been ousted as chief executive. 266 more words

Money Matters

Formula One: Liberty bosses pay tribute to F1's ringmaster Bernie Ecclestone, even as they give him the boot; Chase Carey to helm sport

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Bernie Ecclestone’s long reign as Formula One’s ringmaster came to an end on Monday as Liberty Media completed its multi-billion-dollar takeover of motorsport’s most prestigious brand. 563 more words

Current Affairs

Ecclestone out, Carey in as Liberty complete F1 deal

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

LOS ANGELES: Bernie Ecclestone’s long reign as Formula One’s ringmaster came to an end on Monday (Jan 23) as Liberty Media completed its multi-billion-dollar takeover of motorsport’s most prestigious brand. 562 more words

Current Affairs

Why fans who blame Bernie for F1's flaws are missing the big picture

Wowzers. Liberty have dropped their first bombshell in F1, as the group have ousted Bernie Ecclestone from his role as CEO of the sport.

The 86-year-old has been the sport’s circus-master since 1978, taking F1 into the modern era and turning a largely European audience into a global audience and in turn, building one of the world’s most recognisable brands. 450 more words

Chase Carey