Last quote by Bernie Ecclestone
Bernie Ecclestone quotes
Two other tracks have contacted us and we are keen to keep a British Grand Prix, there is no doubt about it, we want to have one. As far as Silverstone is concerned, it's not in our hands.
I don't think anybody is going to beat Lewis. Nobody would want to buy tickets and go to watch a race or watch on television Lewis disappearing from us when the lights go off, and probably lapping the field a couple of times. It would be bad for everybody and bad for Lewis as well, because I think he wants to win fair and wants to beat somebody.
It's possible I suppose, let's see. They've got new management now at McLaren. Maybe he's fed up being there and they're fed up having him.
I think not. I don't think Seb would want to be with Lewis.
F1's stand is to hopefully continue in Singapore. Everybody is happy to be in Singapore and (we) don't want to lose Singapore.
My words were taken in a funny way. What I said was simple - no decision has been taken yet.
Look at what we have done for Singapore.
There was a court case yesterday where he wanted to overturn what had happened and he lost the case unfortunately, which is a pity because we don't want to lose Ron.
There are still two races to go and anything can happen in this sport, so I need to focus my energy on the factors that I have in my control.
I think he does a good job. Anyone that chucks him out is stupid. He's dedicated. I think we ought to try and support him so they don't get rid of him.
It's not the sort of contract I like produced. But we've done a lot to help them along because I more or less talked them into it in the first place. So we'll try and keep them going.
They are professional meeting people, the Americans, aren't they? They love meetings. Seven in the morning.
To open the American market you need to have 10 races in America, sell tickets cheap and have a huge number of hamburger stands – but then it would not be F1 any longer.