Can F1 continue to make huge money from pay TV? Does the sport need to become more equal? Intriguing answers from board member Sir Martin Sorrell.
Bernie Ecclestone’s estimated wealth has fallen by £460 million since last year according to the Sunday Times Rich list, published today.
Bernie Ecclestone railed against “democracy” and voiced his support for embattled football president Sepp Blatter in an interview with Russian television.
CVC Capital Partners, the majority owners of Formula One, have announced Bernie Ecclestone has rejoined the board following his bribery trial earlier this year.
Bernie Ecclestone has taken swipes at young Formula One fans, women and Ferrari in an astonishing and unusually detailed interview.
Bernie Ecclestone’s trial on charges of bribery has come to an end after he offered to pay £59m ($100m) as a settlement.
Bernie Ecclestone’s total wealth has grown by £500m to a total of £3bn according to The Sunday Times Rich List 2014.
The judge who awarded victory to Ecclestone in the High Court today questioned his reliability as a witness and ruled he did pay a bribe in 2006.
A High Court judge has dismissed a case brought by Constantin Medien against Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone.
Bernie Ecclestone’s control over Formula One has been reduced as he faces trial on charges of bribery. Here’s how three years of legal wrangling have led to this point.
If Bernie Ecclestone had his way, his sport wouldn’t be getting a new engine formula in 2014. But it is, and it looks promising.
Bernie Ecclestone has stepped down as a director of Formula One as he faces the threat of legal action in Germany.
Bernie Ecclestone is “massively pushing” for a woman to get a chance in F1, says Williams test driver Susie Wolff.
Bernie Ecclestone has admitted the 2013 F1 calendar may not be finalised before the first race of the season as doubt remains over the venue of the German Grand Prix.
Pirelli motorsport director Paul Hembery says F1 needs to plan who will run the sport after Bernie Ecclestone.
A new round of the world championship will take place in Thailand from 2015, according to Bernie Ecclestone.
Bernie Ecclestone says Formula One must remain entertaining to be successful, saying: “All sports today are show business.”
What are Bernie Ecclestone and Felipe Massa talking about? It’s over to you to see who can supply the funniest caption for this picture.
“All of a sudden everything might be peaceful in a month’s time.”
Bernie Ecclestone has criticised FIA president Jean Todt, calling him “a poor man’s Max Mosley”.