Ecclestone rubbishes F1 breakaway rumours

The sport’s former CEO also suggested that his successor Chase Carey and Liberty have more freedom to push for change as in the past he was focussed on creating bigger profits for his shareholders. In contrast the new owners will be willing to put money back into the sport. In a statement issued to Reuters he said: “I wish to clear up the rumours that I am starting a series to compete ... Keep reading