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F1: Teams in talks to buy into F1 ?
Posted by: Admin on Apr 09, 2014 - 08:07 PM
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F1: Teams in talks to buy into F1 ?


Bernie Ecclestone on Wednesday revealed that a group of teams is considering buying into formula one.

It was rumoured in Bahrain that the F1 chief executive, who owns just 5 per cent of the sport, was putting the group of teams together in a possible move to buy out the majority shareholder CVC.


 

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Ecclestone is facing trial in Germany later this month on bribery charges, and if convicted CVC has committed to standing him down.

It is rumoured that fronting the prospective team shareholders could be a way for him to remain in control no matter the outcome in Munich.

The 83-year-old told the Bloomberg news agency on Wednesday that a group of teams is indeed "having a conversation" about buying into F1.

He would not identify the teams, and insisted he is not part of the talks.

"We'll see what the group comes up with," said Ecclestone. "Maybe they will get enough together to buy shares."

He added that the talks for now are "just a conversation" and "may not go anywhere".

Also rumoured in Bahrain was that Ferrari and Red Bull are the major players in the consortium, having joined with Ecclestone in being highly critical of the new 2014 rules in a bid to devalue the sport ahead of a takeover bid.

When asked by the British broadcaster Sky in Bahrain if devaluing F1 was his plan, Ecclestone answered "Not really".



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