New Concorde Agreement Reached Between Formula One Group and The FIA

New Concorde Agreement Reached Between Formula One Group and The FIA

Published on September 30, 2013 by hanuah

New Concorde Agreement reached between Formula One Group and the FIA.

Dashed at 19 Circuits Around The Globe, F1 Creates More Than $4bn in Incomes Every Twelve-months

Dashed at 19 Circuits Around The Globe, F1 Creates More Than $4bn in Incomes Every Twelve-months

Published on August 24, 2013 by yourat

Dashed at 19 circuits around the globe, F1 creates more than $4bn in incomes every twelve-months.

Indian Grand Prix 2014 Likely Canceled

Indian Grand Prix 2014 Likely Canceled

Published on July 29, 2013 by Maldini

Indian Grand Prix will likely be removed from the Formula One calendar next year, F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone said.

Formula One Goes to Korea!

Formula One Goes to Korea!

Published on October 10, 2012 by michael66

The Korean Formula one Grand Prix will take place this week-end on the Yeongam Circuit near Mok’po.

Dictator Ecclestone Rules Motor Sport – Even After Bahrain

Dictator Ecclestone Rules Motor Sport – Even After Bahrain

Published on April 24, 2012 by observer1

Bernie Ecclestone decides what happens in World Formula One Racing – the travelling circus that is motor sport. As they zoom from country to country one man calls all the shots – Ecclestone the pocket sized dictator with a monster ego and brilliant brain.

F1 Back to America in 2012

F1 Back to America in 2012

Published on August 15, 2011 by Radjabisol

America would be visited again by the "circus" F1. Determinant of people organizing this pole racing, Bernie Ecclestone, who wants it.

Formula One: While The Money Flow From Television, The Internet is Forbidden

Formula One: While The Money Flow From Television, The Internet is Forbidden

Published on July 18, 2011 by Martin Koložváry

Although Formula One is most watched motorsport, the presentation of the sport on the internet surprisingly lags. The industry’s most advanced technologies, which coincides with the interest-advanced Internet users despite the fact that social networks are now a mass and sport is one of the most popular topics for discussion and sharing.

Yes to Turkey, No to Mexico for Future F1 Races

Yes to Turkey, No to Mexico for Future F1 Races

Published on June 1, 2010 by azra yasmin

Red Bull driver Mark Webber of Australia steers his past empty stands during his practice session.

Yes to Turkey, No to Mexico for Future F1 Races

Yes to Turkey, No to Mexico for Future F1 Races

Published on May 30, 2010 by azra yasmin

Red Bull driver Mark Webber of Australia steers his past empty stands during his practice session.