Formula 1 Chief Bernie Ecclestone Injured In Mugging

Formula 1 Chief Bernie Ecclestone Injured In Mugging
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Formula 1 evil villain head honcho Bernie Ecclestone was injured after a mugging that took place outside his London home. Ecclestone suffered a head injury after being kicked and punched on Wednesday night. The muggers made off with jewelery and watches. One police source said that he was confident that Ecclestone was specifically targeted due… Continue Reading...

Russia Negotiating Rights To Formula 1 Grand Prix Starting In 2014

Russia Negotiating Rights To Formula 1 Grand Prix Starting In 2014
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Russia has tried for some time to get a Formula 1 race, and with their hosting of the Winter Olympics in 2014 and the World Cup in 2018, it looks as if the country will finally get a race starting in 2014. The plan calls for a race in Sochi, site of the 2014 Winter… Continue Reading...

Formula 1 To Return To The United States In Austin, Texas

Formula 1 To Return To The United States In Austin, Texas
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The “Live Music Capital” of America is set to become the new home of the United States Grand Prix, as a surprise announcement broke today, naming Austin, Texas as the site of Formula 1’s return to America. The deal would see the Grand Prix remain in Austin from 2012 to 2021. Most interesting is that… Continue Reading...

Formula 1 May Return To The United States At Monticello Motor Club

Formula 1 May Return To The United States At Monticello Motor Club
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It’s been three years since Formula 1 last raced on American soil at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but the owners of the exclusive Monticello Motor Club (essentially a country club with a race track rather than a golf course) are hoping that the sport will return to the United States at their venue. According to a… Continue Reading...

FIA Looking To Bring Back 107% Rule For F1, Backmarkers Suddenly Doomed

FIA Looking To Bring Back 107% Rule For F1, Backmarkers Suddenly Doomed
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FIA President Jean Todt is looking at re-instating the 107% rule as a means of whipping chronically under-funded under-performing teams into shape. The 107% rule gets its name from the stipulation that in order for a driver to qualify for a race, he must obtain a qualifying time within 107% of the polesitter’s time. The… Continue Reading...