Formula 1 and Lewis Hamilton hit back at former F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone following his comments in a CNN interview.
Former F1 CEO Ecclestone - "In lots of cases, Black people are more racist than what White people are"
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Former F1 CEO Ecclestone speaks on racism in the sport and praises World Champion Hamilton for his latest campaign.
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Max Verstappen would give Lewis Hamilton a run for his money should he become team-mates with the six-time World Champion reckons Bernie Ecclestone.
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Mick Schumacher’s stellar weekend at the Race of Champions together with his Ferrari tie-up felt like the fated arrival of a new superstar – fueling talk of an already widely predicted F1 career. However, in reality, the 19-year-old still has much to prove…
For a championship on a meteoric rise about to usher in an exciting new era, it’s difficult to think of a more inappropriate setting for Formula E’s season opener…
Silverstone activated a break clause in it’s contract to host the British Grand Prix, last year, but Brawn is hopeful of a solution to keep the race on the calendar after 2019.
Having lodged a complaint to the European Commission in 2015, both teams have redacted their views after Liberty Media’s first year in charge.
Formula 1 has been named the fastest-growing sport on social media, and also saw increasing TV numbers, in the first post-Bernie years
Former chief executive of the Formula One Group, Bernie Ecclestone, believes that Ferrari could leave Formula 1 if their opinions are not listened to.
2017 saw massive changes to Formula 1, with lap times tumbling. Lap times weren’t the only thing that fell though…
Liberty Media have made the decision-making process easier and given tracks more room for creativity, says the Executive Director of the Baku City Circuit
Three-time F1 world champion Nelson Piquet will receive the Gregor Grant Award at this year’s Autosport Awards.
Bernie Ecclestone discusses his daughters and how they are quickly demolishing their inheritance millions, in an interview for In depth with Graham Bensinger.
Bernie Ecclestone discusses why he is a supporter of Presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin in an interview for In Depth with Graham Bensinger.
Bernie Ecclestone reveals all about his step back from running F1, and how he and Liberty Media are not really on the same page.
Former F1 ringmaster, Bernie Ecclestone, is backing Robert Kubica to make a comeback with Williams Martini Racing in 2018 and push the team back to the front of the field.