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Bernie Ecclestone says he would be interested in regaining complete control of F1 from CVC if a sale was considered

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Mr know it All - Unregistered

July 12, 2011 12:21 PM

You gotta love him havent you. He may be a bit crazy but we will all miss him when he is gone and we are dealing with a bunch of faceless corporates who dont know anything about it. Go on Bernie, roll the dice again , it will be brilliant having you back as sole dictator of F1 again. If so, bring back Max as well so you can both run it as the two old Tsar's of F1 and stamp your authrotiy over everyone again. Lets not make F1 bland with all these investment vehicles owning it....

Cobalt

July 12, 2011 12:48 PM

No No No, The teams can have F1 back for free. Just rename it as a different series.

And when they at it, turn F1 into sport again when championships are won and not given to a chosen driver. Penalty for not trying to overtake and race fixing?

Read history books - Unregistered

July 12, 2011 1:03 PM

Cobalt - race fixing?! Are you kidding?! I think you need to look for a new sport. look back in the history books of F1 and you will see that so called team orders have been around for many, many decades. I'm not saying I like them, but F1 is a team sport in that sense and like it or not, the team orders are not bernies fault.

DontTalkShite

July 12, 2011 1:22 PM

Bernie, Bernie, Bernie. Nice way to push up the price of your own shares. There is absolutely no way I want you to have total control over the sport. You are delusional, underhanded and past your best. We'd have every race with sprinklers. Time to put on the slippers, the man nappy and go to a retirement home.

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