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

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BSkyB today insisted that a decision by its chief executive to order the removal of a story about Formula 1 from the Sky News website for 40 hours did not represent a challenge to the channel’s editorial independence.

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Mercedes team boss Ross Brawn has dismissed Bernie Ecclestone's latest idea of a full-blown budget cap for Formula One.

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Bernie Ecclestone issues warning over Australia Grand Prix

The Australian Grand Prix is "probably" the least economically viable in the Formula One calendar, and is unlikely to continue if Melbourne loses its appetite to fit the bill for the race, according to commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone.

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Bernie Ecclestone sees no reason for this season's Bahrain Grand Prix not to go ahead despite violence flaring again on the island kingdom.

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The QPR chairman, Tony Fernandes, a keen user of new media, pleaded on Twitter last night for fans critical of his decision to fire Neil Warnock to "be patient" and to "give us time". These are not concepts he allowed his manager.

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Formula One's 2012 calendar was approved unchanged at a meeting of the governing body's World Motor Sports Council in New Delhi on Wednesday despite previous uncertainty about races in Bahrain and the United States, FIA sources told Reuters.

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Bernie Ecclestone gives US another week to save Grand Prix

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has given organizers of next year's US Grand Prix another week to save the Texas race by proving they have the finances in place.

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US Grand Prix could still go ahead claims promoter

United States Grand Prix promoter Tavo Hellmund has admitted the troubled event could still go ahead next year.

Bernie Ecclestone claimed the United States Grand Prix circuit owners had missed the deadline to sign an agreement to stage the race next year

US GP's comeback delayed until 2013

The United States Grand Prix will not take place as planned next year because of delays in the construction of the track, Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed. The decision brings to an end weeks of speculation over the future of the race, at the Circuit of the Americas in the Texan capital, Austin.

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US Grand Prix on verge of being axed claims Bernie Ecclestone

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone today said the United States Grand Prix is on the brink of being axed from next year's calendar.

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As Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button battled for supremacy in the twilight at the Yas Marina circuit, other shadows continued to fall upon Formula One off the track.

Bernie Ecclestone with his lawyer, Sven Thomas, in court yesterday

Ecclestone: banker was like 'Sword of Damocles'

Mr Gribkowsky had strong designs on replacing Mr Ecclestone as Formula One boss

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Formula One is set to have two grands prix per year in the United States with New Jersey to be announced as a venue later today, Press Association Sport understands.

Ecclestone cuts BBC coverage

Formula One executive Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that the BBC will not broadcast full reruns of the 10 races which it is not showing live next year. From 2012, Sky will broadcast all races live while the BBC's live coverage will be restricted to 10 of the 20-race calendar.

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