Double points to be scrapped next year: Reports
Double points to be scrapped next year: Reports

The controversial `double points` system in the final Formula One Grand Prix of the season will be abandoned next year, British magazine Autosport reported on Wednesday.

Bernie Ecclestone denies rejecting F1's teen audience
Bernie Ecclestone denies rejecting F1's teen audience

Formula One`s commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone has denied saying he was not interested in the youth audience because they did not buy expensive watches or bank with the sport`s sponsors.

Abu Dhabi GP agrees multi-year contract extension
Abu Dhabi GP agrees multi-year contract extension

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix organisers have agreed a contract extension to keep their race on the Formula One calendar for years to come.

Indian Grand Prix set to return in 2016: Bernie, Jaypee
Indian Grand Prix set to return in 2016: Bernie, Jaypee

The Indian Grand Prix is expected to return in 2016 as a "fruitful" meeting between Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone and race promoters has prepared the ground for the comeback of the high-profile event.

Small teams seek Abu Dhabi talks with Bernie Ecclestone
Small teams seek Abu Dhabi talks with Bernie Ecclestone

Formula One`s smaller teams have written to Bernie Ecclestone to press demands for a bigger share of the sport`s considerable revenues.

Caterham will race in Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Caterham will race in Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

The Caterham Formula One team will race in next week`s Abu Dhabi season-ender despite still falling short of a targeted 2.35 million pounds ($3.7 million) to get them there, an administrator said.

F1 not interested in young fans, says Bernie Ecclestone
F1 not interested in young fans, says Bernie Ecclestone

Formula One would rather cater for rich over-70s than chase a younger generation that cannot afford luxury watches and is more interested in social media, according to commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone.

Bernie Ecclestone insists F1 will not provide further funding to struggling teams
Bernie Ecclestone insists F1 will not provide further funding to struggling teams

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone has insisted that there would be no further funding for three teams who are seeking more financial support.

Lotus boss warns three-car teams will sound death knell for F1
Lotus boss warns three-car teams will sound death knell for F1

 British Formula One team Lotus boss Gerard Lopez has said that three-car teams would be the death of the motor racing sport.

Nico Rosberg needs help from friends in finale
Nico Rosberg needs help from friends in finale

 Nico Rosberg may need some help from his friends, but he is utterly convinced he can win the season-ending "double jeopardy" Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and claim the drivers` world title. 

F1 money and engine talks stall
F1 money and engine talks stall

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone will meet commercial rights holders CVC in London next week after talks with teams in Brazil on Saturday produced no agreement on giving smaller outfits more money to help them survive.

Bernie Ecclestone denies financial crisis in Formula One
Bernie Ecclestone denies financial crisis in Formula One

Bernie Ecclestone denied that Formula One is facing a financial crisis after the loss of two teams, the sport`s supremo accusing the failed outfits for bad financial management.

Fair distribution of revenues must to solve F1 crisis: Vijay Mallya
Fair distribution of revenues must to solve F1 crisis: Vijay Mallya

The deepening of the Formula 1 financial crisis has prompted Force India boss Vijay Mallya to say that the sport's owners must fix the revenue sharing model among teams for the survival of smaller outfits like his.

Bernie Ecclestone wins a round of legal battle over alleged bribe
Bernie Ecclestone wins a round of legal battle over alleged bribe

A New York appeals court has upheld the dismissal of a $650 million lawsuit against Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone, saying he cannot be sued in the state`s courts over the sale of a major stake in the motor racing business.

F1 strugglers optimistic over crisis
F1 strugglers optimistic over crisis

Formula One`s midfield strugglers believe they may have found a solution to their current cash crisis and hope Bernie Ecclestone can endorse and support their plans before next weekend`s Brazilian Grand Prix.

Money talks louder than ever in Formula One
Money talks louder than ever in Formula One

Money has always talked in Formula One but now, with Caterham and Marussia in administration and only nine teams in Sunday`s U.S. Grand Prix, the talk is increasingly about money itself.

Bernie Ecclestone blames himself for F1's 'piranha club' crisis
Bernie Ecclestone blames himself for F1's 'piranha club' crisis

Bernie Ecclestone admits he knows what's wrong with Formula One -- but he can't fix it on his own any more.

Bernie Ecclestone sure all teams will race in Austin
Bernie Ecclestone sure all teams will race in Austin

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone dismissed the threat of a U.S. Grand Prix boycott on Saturday after cash-strapped smaller teams suggested they could take drastic action to push their demands for more money.

Bernie Ecclestone calls on big F1 teams to make sacrifices
Bernie Ecclestone calls on big F1 teams to make sacrifices

Formula One`s commercial supremo said he wanted to tear up all team contracts and rewrite the rules as talk of race boycotts and financial failure swept the U.S. Grand Bernie Ecclestone Prix paddock on Saturday.

Bernie Ecclestone warns of 14 cars on cash-strapped grid
Bernie Ecclestone warns of 14 cars on cash-strapped grid

Formula One`s commercial ringmaster Bernie Ecclestone warned on Friday that the sport`s financial crisis could reduce the grid to 14 cars in 2015.