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

Ecclestone accused of £27m bribe in F1 deal

German prosecutors have formally accused Formula One's 80-year-old chief executive, Bernie Ecclestone, of bribing a Munich banker with over £27m in payments during the sale of the sport in 2006.

Banker accused of taking bribes from Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone

Prosecutors in Munich have charged a former executive at a German bank for allegedly taking bribes and have named Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone in connection with the 2006 sale of the bank's stake in F1.

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This scandal – which will run for years – is much better news for Labour and the Lib Dems than it is for the Tories

Red Bull: New diffuser ban could hit us hardest

Red Bull are likely to be hit hard by technical changes banning "off-throttle blown diffusers", according to the team's chief technical officer, Adrian Newey.

Ecclestone to sue if F1 loses distinctive sound

The Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone has threatened to sue motor sport's governing body, the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), over its plan to introduce a more fuel-efficient engine in 2014.

Ecclestone's 'Botox' design gets under the skin of neighbours

Bernie Ecclestone's youngest daughter has dropped plans to demolish a 200-year-old lodge after outraged neighbours accused her of being responsible for "Botox" architecture.

Life in the (very) fast lane: The Fabulous Ecclestone Sisters

Their father is the mogul who runs Formula One – but it's Petra and Tamara who make the headlines. Harriet Walker reports

Ecclestone: 'People are wrong to attack Lewis Hamilton'

Bernie Ecclestone came to Lewis Hamilton's defence yesterday and said he is getting tired of the endless criticism of his driving, even from his own close friends such as triple world champion Niki Lauda, who said it was time the FIA punished the British driver.

Ecclestone's girl in pole position to buy priciest home in the US

Gentle understatement has never sat comfortably with the sort of untrammelled wealth that comes from attempting to export elite motor racing to shady dictatorships such as Bahrain. Why else would Formula One magnate Bernie Ecclestone's 22-year-old daughter have just become the proud owner of America's most expensive family home?

Todt paints Ecclestone in unfavourable light over Bahrain GP

The shadow of the Bahrain Grand Prix continued to hang over Formula One even in Montreal this weekend, along with evidence of the underplayed war between Bernie Ecclestone and FIA president Jean Todt.

Steele downfall leaves the RFU without a shred of credibility

Anger grows at chief executive's exit with chairman Martyn Thomas in the firing line

Ecclestone acts over Bahrain GP issue

Bernie Ecclestone has acted to resolve the issues surrounding the Formula One calendar following the Bahrain Grand Prix saga this week.

Warnock 'staying' at QPR

Neil Warnock is sure he will begin next season in charge of promoted Queen's Park Rangers but admits his position may come under scrutiny if the team makes a poor start.

Bahrain GP likely to be cancelled, says Ecclestone

The Bahrain Grand Prix will not go ahead after Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone admitted the race could not be rescheduled without the support of the teams.

Ecclestone concerned about safety of Bahrain Grand Prix

The reinstated Bahrain Grand Prix could still be cancelled due to unrest in the Gulf kingdom, according to Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone.

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