The Red Bull Racing team had some fun with F1 emperor Bernie Ecclestone on his 80th birthday, giving him a walker tricked out with everything he'd need, including buttons for "nurse," "power," "money" and "tea."
Formula 1 booked journalists and even teams into Korea's famous "love hotel" rooms for this weekend's Korean Grand Prix. Some are complaining of used condoms under their beds and dildo-vending machines.
An officially sanctioned F1 documentary will omit Max Mosley's five-hooker Nazi sex orgy, focusing instead on racing between 1968 and 1982 when the sport was still exciting. It's being described as "a big action movie."
Formula One’s overlord has teamed up with a Luxembourg private investment company to submit a bid to GM to buy Saab. But does the General think the bid's credible?
The BT46B—also known as the Fan Car—was a cunning Gordon Murray racer, designed to one-up the dominant Lotus 79 in the 1978 Formula One season.
During the weekend of the Hungarian Grand Prix, The New York Times’s F1 correspondent Brad Spurgeon conducted a fascinating interview with Bernie Ecclestone, the man who rules the racing series.
The bough has apparently broken: as we head into what are perhaps the last hours of Formula One as we know it, the teams and the FIA have yet to reach a compromise.
F1 Chief Bernie Ecclestone has some advice for his teams: "If they come in here with a gun and hold it to my head, they had better be sure they can fucking pull the trigger."
A scan of the now-infamous Bernie Ecclestone Max Mosley Whipping Christmas Card has hit the web and it's worse than we could have predicted. Also, team Toyota appears to be enjoying it. [F1Fanatic]
According to The Times, Bernie Ecclestone warned Max Mosley, "that people had been hired to discredit him and that they had been given an unlimited budget to do so." The paper's information comes from a corporate spy who now feels remorse for trying to help the former Fascist Party member avoid the plot against him.