Bernie Ecclestone to Stay for Three More Years After F1 Takeover

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by Chris Soulsby, Last Word on Motor Sport Managing Editor Following the set $8.5 billion takeover of Formula 1 by Liberty Media, F1 boss, Bernie Ecclestone has said that has been asked to stay on for another three years as Formula 1 boss. Bernie Ecclestone to stay for three more years after F1 takeover American […] READ MORE



Old Dogs and New Tricks: Why F1 is Scared of WEC

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Formula 1 is often heralded as the pinnacle of motor sport. Despite this, the pinnacle of auto racing titles is arguably the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The annual endurance race brings drivers from notable competitor to historical figure, as the race is prioritized year round despite the teams racing continuing throughout the year. Often, […] READ MORE




ISR Interview Gow: Bernie Ecclestone out of touch

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Editors Note: Last Word On Sports is glad to partner with the world renowned radio show “The International Sports Report” to present some of their best interviews every week right here at LWOS.  Lins O’Connor and Pete Irvine have long been important radio personalities, bringing the best sports news, interviews and analysis from a variety […] READ MORE


Do we Really need a new F1 Refuelling era?

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Refuelling. It’s a touchy topic in Formula 1 and it is very much on the agenda for a supposed radical overhaul of the regulations ahead of 2017. The most recent F1 refuelling era to date was between the 1994 and 2009 seasons, where the cars hit their fastest speeds to date. After refuelling was banned […] READ MORE


Ecclestone Doubts we will see Female F1 Drivers

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Not too long ago I had a chat with the Host of the International Sports Report on TSN 1050 Radio’s Lins O’Connor he asked me if as producer of the show we could get F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone on. I joked we could try but, it was unlikely. Within 48 hours I got an email […] READ MORE


BBC Losing F1 to Channel 4 in the UK: Good or Bad?

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In the last few days it has been rumoured that the BBC will be terminating its Formula One contract early as part of further large scale cutbacks for the public broadcaster. After claims ITV were to pick up where the BBC left off, yesterday it was announced that F1 to Channel 4 would be taking […] READ MORE