London British motor racing legend does not believe women are mentally tough enough to compete in Formula One.
Oliver Brown, Shanghai Bahrain's anti-government protesters likened to ''those complaining about Mrs Thatcher''.
Oliver Brown Bernie Ecclestone has criticised Red Bull for imposing team orders on Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber during Sunday's dramatic Malaysian Grand Prix, arguing that such tactics could not be justified...
Bernie Ecclestone has criticised Red Bull for imposing team orders on Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber during Sunday's dramatic Malaysian Grand Prix, arguing that such tactics could not be justified...
Oliver Brown, London Bernie Ecclestone argues that team orders not justified in second race of season.
Mark Fogarty If Melbourne had not outbid Adelaide for the Australian Grand Prix nearly 20 years ago, the formula one race would have been long gone from these shores.
Adrian Lowe Formula one supremo Bernie Ecclestone has taken a swipe at the Victorian government, telling it not to complain about the price of staging the race after signing a deal.
Peter McKay Sprintcar racing is the summer automotive sport of choice for people who like their speed fix fast, brutal and convenient and it peaks when the World Series Sprintcars circus moves to Sydney Speedway...
Adam Cooper Former Formula One world champion says Australian Grand Prix admired across the globe.
A former German bank boss has admitted receiving tens of millions of euros in bribes from Formula One mogul Bernie Ecclestone, breaking months of silence in the case.
The Victorian government has defended the $50 million cost to taxpayers of staging the Australian Formula One Grand Prix.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone believes Sebastian Vettel's dominance could be harming the sport.
Robert Grant Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone says Sebastian Vettel can surpass Michael Schumacher's record of seven world championships.
Mex Cooper Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone has called for the sacking of a Victorian MP who labelled his daughter a "billionaire bogan".
Motor Sport The Bahrain Grand Prix will go ahead, formula one bosses announced yesterday.
Tom Cary The message from the FIA was loud and clear: the Bahrain Grand Prix is definitely on.
Donington Park, which will replace Silverstone as home of the British Grand Prix in 2010, has been given the go-ahead for a 100 million pound makeover.
Former world champion Sir Jackie Stewart has blasted Formula One chiefs Bernie Ecclestone and Max Mosley, saying the time had come for them to step aside.
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone revealed that Ferrari gets up to$A117.2 million more than any other team because of a special deal set up five years ago.
Honda has announced its shock withdrawal from Formula One over the global financial crisis, ending an involvement which began in the 1960s.