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”.
Ecclestone says he’s “anti, anti, anti, anti moving into this small turbo four formula” in 2013.
Bernie Ecclestone wants to hold the Bahrain Grand Prix the week after the Abu Dhabi race.
“I think the teams are sensible enough even to race in Bahrain in the summer break.”