Sport Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone would like to extend the ruling of double-points to the final three races

Fans, drivers and teams have expressed their concern at a 'lottery' final race where double-points would be on offer

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 16 April 2013

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F1 supremo refuses to postpone Grand Prix  in the face of protests and threats of violence

Williams development driver Susie Wolff (right), and Sir Sterling Moss, bottom left

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James Lawton: Sport is still about the will to win - even F1

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone is not always an unfailing guide to what is right and wrong in his often over-heated and morally suspect business. When driver safety was the ultimate issue he did, after all, say that a certain amount of culling among the racers was inevitable. The implication was that it was an implicit part of something that might be quite loosely described as sport.

Mark Webber of Australia and Infiniti Red Bull Racing talks with his race engineer Simon Rennie

Mark Webber v Sebastian Vettel clash: F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone unhappy with Red Bull's tactics

Red Bull asked their drivers to hold station

<b>Sebastian Vettel v Mark Webber </b><br/>
The three-time World Champion ignored team orders in Sepang to fight his way past his Australian team-mate to win the Malaysian Grand Prix. As the Red Bull duo duelled on the track, team principal Christian Horner took to the radio to warn: 'This is silly Seb'.

Sebastian Vettel incident will not see Mark Webber walk away from F1 insists father

The Red Bull driver missed out on victory in Malaysia when his team-mate ignored team orders

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McLaren driver Jenson Button

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Derek Rose (left), the former fiance of Tamara Ecclestone (right), has been found guilty of blackmailing her

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A former boyfriend of Tamara Ecclestone has been sentenced to four years in prison for an "audacious" attempt to blackmail her for £200,000.

The Melbourne street circuit has played host to the Australian Grand Prix since 1996 using the roads that circle Albert Park Lake. The streets were re-laid for the inaugural event fourteen years ago therefore making it smoother than other street circuit and popular with the drivers.

Bernie Ecclestone keen for Australian Grand Prix to remain on Formula One calender

Local opposition and rival bids are threatening the Melbourne race

Derek Rose (left), the former fiance of Tamara Ecclestone (right), has been found guilty of blackmailing her

Former boyfriend of Tamara Ecclestone found guilty of £200,000 blackmail

A former boyfriend of socialite and model Tamara Ecclestone was found guilty today of blackmailing her for £200,000.

The media empire owned by Rupert Murdoch has been rocked by the scandal

New cases mean hacking scandal is far from over

Rupert Murdoch’s hopes of drawing a line under the financially toxic phone-hacking scandal will be derailed in the High Court on Friday when details of more hacking victims are announced.

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