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Bernie Ecclestone is out as head of Formula 1

Several outlets are reporting that Bernie Ecclestone, the 86-year-old dynamo who has been both a controversial and effective leader of Formula 1 for years, is officially out. The move comes as part of a leadership shuffle orchestrated by the new owners of F1, Liberty Media, reports …

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New F1 owners replace boss Ecclestone

Formula 1's new owners, Liberty Media, have replaced Bernie Ecclestone as the series' day-to-day commercial supremo, replacing him with media executive Chase Carey. Ecclestone stays on in an honorary role.<p>Liberty Media on Monday confirmed that former 21st Century Fox executive Chase Carey would …

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Bernie Ecclestone reaches end of the road as Formula One chief executive 'forced out' by Chase Carey

Bernie Ecclestone appears to have confirmed that his reign at the head of Formula One is over.<p>Last week, in the week of the sport's governing body approving the sale of its commercial rights to Liberty Media, Ecclestone cast doubt over his role as chief executive.<p>And although there has been no word …

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Ecclestone replaced as Formula One boss

LONDON (Reuters) - Bernie Ecclestone's 40-year reign as Formula One's commercial supremo ended on Monday with the sport's new owners Liberty Media replacing the 86-year-old Briton with American Chase Carey.<p>Liberty said in a statement that Carey had been appointed Chief Executive in addition to his …

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Bernie Ecclestone Ousted as Formula One Boss

The longtime F1 supremo's role will be filled by Liberty Media-appointed Chairman Chase Carey.<p>Formula One has been experiencing a multitude of big changes recently. It was purchased by U.S. company Liberty Media back in September, with the goal of making the sport bigger and better for fans. Now, …

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Bernie Ecclestone: F1 chief executive 'forced out' of role, says report

<b>Bernie Ecclestone has been forced out of his position as Formula 1 chief executive, according to a German motor sport magazine.</b><p>The 86-year-old told Auto Motor und Sport he was asked to resign by new F1 chairman Chase Carey.<p>"I was dismissed today. This is official. I no longer run the company. My …

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Bernie Ecclestone no longer F1 chief executive

Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed he is no longer the chief executive of Formula One after almost 40 years in charge.<p><b>More follows...</b><p>Top Stories<p>Trump …

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Ecclestone replaced by Liberty, loses control of F1

Bernie Ecclestone has lost day-to-day control of the commercial side of Formula 1, bringing his remarkable spell in charge of the sport to an …

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Ferrari could lose F1 money privileges, says Liberty

Formula 1’s future owners Liberty Media have dropped a hint that the sport’s prize money structure could change – and that Ferrari may have to lose …

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Bernie Ecclestone On Keeping His Job And The Future Of Formula One: We'll See

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone wonders a lot of things. He wonders if the sport would be more interesting if drivers got seriously injured. He …

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Ecclestone to step down as F1’s chief within days

An article over at Sky Sports F1 says that current Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone is set to step down in a matter of weeks from his 40+year reign …

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Is this the end of the road for Bernie Ecclestone?

So Liberty Media have finalised their take-over of Formula One. This news has been accompanied by some strong rumours that the departure of Bernie …

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Americanisation of Formula One is round the corner as Bernie Ecclestone's era comes to an end

We are entering a world where, before too long, Formula One cars will be parading down Regent Street during British Grand Prix week and where Lewis Hamilton’s latest hip-hop tastes will become a matter of essential public record.<p>The unanimous backing that Liberty Media have received from …

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Bernie Ecclestone to be eased aside as Liberty head for F1 ownership

Bernie Ecclestone’s 40-year supremacy in Formula One looked to be at an end on Wednesday night as the International Automobile Federation (FIA) unanimously approved the sale of the sport’s commercial rights to Liberty Media.<p>Liberty, the US conglomerate, are expected to complete their takeover in …

Auto Racing

Ecclestone “instrumental” in splitting IndyCar, says Villeneuve

1995 IndyCar champion and ’97 Formula 1 World Champion Jacques Villeneuve has said that the media and fan attention that followed Nigel Mansell from …

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Grand prix, grand prizes

At the heart of one of the world’s most-watched sports, grand prix motor racing, lies a tale of extraordinary secrecy and of the financial dominance …

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F1: Bernie, Your Day is Done

The upcoming Formula One season has been one of interest for a couple of years as the biggest raft of technical changes in F1 hits the sport this year with the hope that it will mix up the grid after three years of utter domination by Mercedes.<p>However, one week into the new year and we have one …

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Lewis Hamilton's lack of chance for 'revenge' is not Nico Rosberg's problem, says Bernie Ecclestone

Rosberg announced his retirement five days after winning the 2016 Formula One title.<p>Bernie Ecclestone has commended Nico Rosberg for stepping down …

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Ecclestone: Ferrari needs fresh blood for title tilt

Bernie Ecclestone believes Ferrari's faults remain solely with the team and car development rather than its drivers but backs Sebastian Vettel to …

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Bernie Ecclestone says 'new engine rules' only way to end Mercedes' Formula One dominance

Mercedes have won three consecutive drivers' and constructors' titles since 2014.<p>Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone is wary about other …

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Ferrari F1 team to blame for Vettel's slump, Ecclestone says

Share this article on Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Email<p>Ferrari is at fault for Sebastian Vettel's recent Formula 1 slump and needs "fresh …

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Formula 1: Bernie Ecclestone says Ferrari need 'fresh blood' to win in Formula 1 again

<b>Bernie Ecclestone says Ferrari must hire "fresh blood" from outside Italy if it's to succeed in Formula 1 again, because the current management and</b> …

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Ecclestone: There are too many Italians at Ferrari

F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has come out in defense of Sebastian Vettel by pointing a finger at Ferrari for not giving the four times World Champion …

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