13/09/2015 Melbourne secures F1 future until 2023 Sep.13 (GMM) Race organisers in Melbourne have added yet another three years to the contract of the Australian grand prix. Last August, amid uncertainty over the future of the […]
10/05/2017 Liberty bought F1 to end ‘crisis’ – Carey May 10 (GMM) Liberty Media decided to buy F1 because it saw potential amid the sport's "crisis".
That is the claim of Chase Carey, who has replaced long-time F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone […]
18/04/2017 Carey hits back at Ecclestone race fee comments Apr.18 (GMM) Chase Carey has hit back at his predecessor Bernie Ecclestone following comments made in Bahrain last weekend.
While attending his first race since being ousted as F1 […]
11/04/2017 Shanghai happier with post-Ecclestone era Apr.11 (GMM) With Liberty Media now in charge of F1, organisers of the Chinese grand prix say hopes are high the Shanghai race will stay on the calendar.
Actually, China's latest […]
24/01/2017 F1 supremo Ecclestone ‘dismissed’ Jan.24 (GMM) F1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone has been officially ousted.
The news came as the sport's new owner Liberty Media announced it has completed its F1 takeover, installing […]
29/04/2015 2016 season to get late start in April Apr.29 (GMM) The F1 season will get off to a late start next year. Australian media reports say the Melbourne race, which is guaranteed the opening spot on the sport's annual calendar, […]
13/03/2015 Melbourne scoffs at Sydney Harbour Bridge bid Mar.13 (GMM) Melbourne officials have scoffed at reports Sydney is lining up as an alternative host of the Australian grand prix. Reports coinciding with Albert Park's twentieth […]
21/03/2017 Ousted Ecclestone ‘couldn’t change’ – Carey Mar.21 (GMM) New F1 chief Chase Carey says he is still in contact with his ousted predecessor Bernie Ecclestone.
But his comments are at odds with the news from 86-year-old Ecclestone […]
09/05/2017 F1 ‘different’ post-Ecclestone – Barcelona May 9 (GMM) "Things are different" now that Bernie Ecclestone is no longer in charge of formula one.
That is the claim of Vicenc Aguilera, the president of the long-time Spanish grand […]