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Singapore in the driving seat as it negotiates new F1 deal

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

After negotiating Singapore’s current Formula One deal, Bernie Ecclestone said in 2012 the hardest thing was explaining to the authorities that “we don’t race for free”. 732 more words

Money Matters

Commentary: Ecclestone playing a high-stakes poker game with Singapore GP

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: So the man who pronounced Singapore “the jewel in the Formula One crown” is upset.

Not long after being told by Malaysia that the two-wheeled MotoGP attracts more fans to the Sepang Circuit than the ultra-glamorous four-wheeled championships he promotes, Bernie Ecclestone now faces the prospect of losing the sport’s one true night race across the border. 1,215 more words

Current Affairs

Singapore wants to drop F1 race: Ecclestone

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: The Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix may not continue beyond 2017, after Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone claimed that Singapore does not want to host the race any longer.  151 more words

Current Affairs

Bernie Ecclestones daughter Petra is selling her house

I am not entirely sure weather being the daughter of Mr Ecclestone is a good thing or not besides the money but anyway. Now she is selling her (is it really hers?) house. 222 more words

Lifestyle

Formula One: F1 can't be a 'dictatorship', says new boss

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

New chairman Chase Carey said Formula One cannot continue as a “dictatorship”, as speculation grows over the role of long-term supremo Bernie Ecclestone under the sport’s incoming American owners. 433 more words

Money Matters

Formula 1 to be bought by US-based Liberty Media Group

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Change is (probably) coming to Formula One. Rumors had been surfacing recently regarding possible new ownership of the racing series, and those rumors proved correct on Wednesday. 1,102 more words

Technology

New era for F1 as Liberty agrees US$8b takeover

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Formula One entered a new era on Wednesday as US billionaire John Malone’s Liberty Media agreed a takeover that values the motorsport at US$8 billion and raises questions over the role of its colourful, long-time mastermind, Bernie Ecclestone. 639 more words

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