The Monaco Grand Prix has extended its contract to host a round of the Formula 1 world championship for another ten years. Bernard Ecclestone and Michel Boeri, president of the Automobile Club de Monaco, agreed the deal in London today. The news comes a few days after the race organisers rebuffed remarks by Bernie Ecclestone … Continue reading Monaco signs ten-year F1 deal
The Automobile Club de Monaco has played down remarks attributed to Bernie Ecclestone by some media earlier this week. Ecclestone was claimed to have said the famous round could be dropped from the world championship. A statement issued by the event organisers said: The Automobile Club de Monaco does not intend to comment on the … Continue reading Monaco unmoved by Ecclestone comments
Bernie Ecclestone has talked in recent weeks about expanding the F1 calendar to 24 races. The early signs are next year’s F1 schedule could be the longest ever – with the new Indian Grand Prix taking the championship up to 20 races for the first time.
The F1 teams are on their way to Shanghai for the seventh Grand Prix in China this weekend. But with no deal in place for a race next year, could this be F1’s last visit to Shanghai?
Bernie Ecclestone has said F1 can “afford to lose” certain rounds to make way for races in New York and Russia – two venues he’s been trying to get on the F1 calendar for decades. He told Autocar: We?óÔé¼Ôäóre going to lose some races for sure, there are some races we can afford to lose … Continue reading Which races should Ecclestone cut? (Poll)
Bernie Eccletone has told the FIA the Indian Grand Prix will appear on the 2011 F1 calendar. An FIA statement said: Subject to final approval of the calendar by the World Council, Mr Bernie Ecclestone, President of FOM, has informed the FIA that India will host a Formula One event in 2011. The Indian Grand … Continue reading Ecclestone confirms 2011 Indian Grand Prix
India is set to host its first F1 Grand Prix in 2011 ?óÔé¼ÔÇ£ and here?óÔé¼Ôäós the first glimpse of the track where the race will take place. The circuit in the Jaypee Greens Sports City bears the usual hallmarks of a Hermann Tilke-designed track. But from this first impression it seems to have some of … Continue reading Indian F1 track design revealed
Indian F1 race delayed from 2010.