For the past 20 years, Goodwood’s Festival of Speed has shown what they call the ‘Central Feature’ in front of Goodwood House. Usually, it’s a colossal, dramatic sculpture, and it’s almost always breathtaking. This year, the feature will be based on Bernie Ecclestone, so get ready for something sublime.
What? I mean was he any good at racing at all? What’s OPPOs thought on this?
Living definition of hypocrite Bernie Ecclestone is famous for charging massive fees to host Formula One race weekends (excluding Monaco). But now Bernie feels race promoters are paying too much for Formula One which, surprise to no one except himself, isn’t sustainable.
It’s fine, it’s fine. I’m fine. Everything’s fine. I’m totally NOT freaking out or worrying for my life at all.
It was fun, but thank you for making my hit list shorter. Now I can turn to other people.
Palpatine is Bernie.
Bernie Ecclestone first filled the room of F1 with himself and his Concorde Agreement that was governing the sport and then he passed his right on, creating a vacuum with self-interests taking over. These are the contracts that once made Formula One work.
“I told you I didn’t want ketchup!”
“He was just going to buy hot dogs!”
There has been a lot written about Formula 1 as of late. With all of the drama between the Mercedes teammates, unreliable power units, and Bernie Ecclestone’s spiraling insanity, it seems a lot of focus is being taken away from what made F1 such an exciting prospect for so many years. For decades, the series was a…
Now some of you here have read comments from me about killing Bernie Ecclestone (sometimes with a bottle). Of course it’s just faffing about, because I know that I have no ability to do that and the fallout will be huge.
Much like IndyCar, Formula One has also threatened to split multiple times, but for one crucial moment - ahead of it American counterpart - it did go separate ways for a few races. This is the story of the F1 series that never was.
If you Google Bernie Ecclestone this is the first image you get:
I watched Formula 1 as long as I can think. I've even seen on TV Niki Lauda loosing his ear in that fiery accident at the Nürburgring.
...because sometimes the exaggeration and parody is just way to close to reality for comfort.
Ayrton Senna did this Marlboro-organised TV-interview in a Budapest hotel some time before the 1993 Hungarian Grand Prix.
The Scuderia has the power to strong arm the Formula 1 regulating group more than you might realize, both through contractual agreement and subdued pillow talk. With the new controversial regulations providing arguably the best race in decades, Luca di Montezemolo is taking this moment to steer Formula 1 back into…
With Bernie aiming to get canned by CVC Capital Partners to due his recent bout with court (soon to re-flair), or die due to his recent account of age (83), rumors of replacement are in the air. Christian Horner is the man tipped for the job, but he has said before than he could not, and does not want to dance in…
We were warned, but some of us still have hope. Bernie Ecclestone and friends (band name; I called it!) are now aiming for a 2015 date, but I'm not sure how much longer I can endure this roller coaster of emotions. From the quote and the history of the race not happening, the backing of the race looks to be in the…