Articles tagged Formula One Management

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What's New in F1 2012

New faces, new cars and new tracks will all play their part in the Grand Prix season ahead. As for the car regs, the devil – as usual – will be in the detail Sebastian has improved and is stronger than ever”, Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz recently told Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport. “He has prepared during the winter break like he’s never done before.” Not great news if you’re Mark...

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Nigel Roebuck

Reflections – Why F1’s ‘regime’ feels threatened by FOTA – Ron chooses his moment for team handover – The night The Beatles stayed at Indianapolis "How come,” goes the old joke, “that there’s only one Monopolies Commission?” In the same vein, one idly wonders why, in this era of necessarily obsessive cost-cutting in Formula 1, the actual cost of a Grand Prix – the price charged to race promoters...

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Silverstone is special

Silverstone is special The BRDC Chairman explains why negotiations about a grand prix at Silverstone are entirely different to other events around the world I am surprised by Bernie Ecclestone's recent statement that he does not want to communicate any further with the BRDC in any negotiations about the future of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Bernie says that he wants to deal with a...

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Nigel Roebuck

Reflections – Button’s patience finally rewarded in Melbourne – Bernie-and-Max react against FOTA uprising – Honda misses out as Brawn works his magic The weekend was summed up in a quiet moment before the drivers went on the podium. Ross Brawn embraced his drivers, Button and Barrichello, and then Rubens looked at his boss: “What a car…” he said. What a car, indeed. Designed very early, debuted...

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2001 British Grand Prix gets the green light

The British Racing Drivers' Club, owners of Silverstone, have retained next season's British Grand Prix despite speculation that the event might not happen following this year's traffic chaos. The World Motor Sport Council announced on 4 October that not only would the 2001 British Grand Prix go ahead, it would also revert back to a traditional July date, having swapped with the Austrian Grand...

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A New Type of F1 Coverage

Sky's investment in Formula 1 has opened up plenty of viewing options to subscribers, but it comes at a cost to the broadcaster — and to us So what does everyone think of Sky's Formula 1 coverage so far? The best there has ever been? Overkill? Or maybe you were quite happy with the BBC's highlights package for the Australian Grand Prix? Whatever your thoughts, you can't deny that Sky is throwing...

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French GP custody battle

The Magny-Cours and Paul Ricard circuits are both bidding to revive the French Grand Prix in 2013. They have each presented their case to the French motor sport federation, the FFSA, which has been asked to compile a report on the economic viability of the race by the French government. The FFSA, which was due to file its findings in September, claims it has a draft agreement with Formula One...


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