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And what they think about the future is worrying me. The FIA, Chase Carey and Ross Brawn repeat that we need to level off the performance, but the DNA of F1 is the opposite.feedback
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Nov 12 2017
Chase Carey has most recently been quoted in an article called 'Bigger, broader, better': Chase Carey on F1 in the U.S. Chase Carey said, “And for us it's a market where we are really just scratching the surface. It's not only the size of the market but the fact that we have only really just tried to begin developing the potential of the sport there.”. Chase Carey has been quoted a grand total of 56 times in 20 articles.
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Aug 17 2017

These events are a face to the sport, and I think it's important we have an event that represents what makes this sport special. So we want to be thoughtful about it and find the right partners in the right places and the right opportunity.feedback

Aug 17 2017

I think you start with one. I wouldn't want to do two [at the same time]. I think you learn from the one and take what you learn. But yeah, I think our hope would be that down the road it would be more than one.feedback

Aug 17 2017

I think the right way to go about that is to have these discussions. We want them to be real partners, we're not just looking to do a deal. We really want to have a partnership where we're engaged.feedback

Aug 17 2017

Traditionally I think I've usually said four: New York, Miami, L.A. and Vegas. They're illustrative. I don't think we want to be engaging these discussions in public. We have interest from each of those; we have interest from more than one in a number of them, but I think we're not going to publicly play people against each other. We want to find the right platform with the right partners, the right opportunity, the right place and the right type of event that will capture peoples' imagination.feedback

Jul 29 2017 - Mexico

I assure you we didn't have anything to do with it. We had no role because I didn't know about it.feedback

Jul 14 2017

The merchandising experience feels like a state fair from 20 years ago. We are trying to create something that feels more like if you go to a Ryder Cup or an Open or Wimbledon, that has the breadth of activities and experiences that are there.feedback

Jul 14 2017

We would have welcomed Lewis; it would have been great if he was there. But I understand that he felt the right thing for him, given the race, was to try and catch his breath and I respect that. We had a great crowd, all the teams, we were thrilled with the event.feedback

Jul 14 2017

Our goal is first and foremost to do what we think needs to be done to have great competition. An underdog has the chance to win, to have the unexpected happen. We need to create that opportunity which creates the drama. Part of that is to get the team economics to a healthier place with costs and revenue.feedback

Jul 14 2017

Certainly doing things that are annoying and frustrating doesn't help. When you are trying to wrestle difficult things to the ground they don't create a great level of trust in how things are being dealt with. We offered to extend any contractual deadlines for both of our benefits. We wanted this week to be as positive as possible about the sport. I don't get why they thought it made sense to do what they did, so it is frustrating but it's not going to change. This is just a sport that likes to posture in public – they claim it is not posturing.feedback

Jul 05 2017 - China

Our expectation and goal is to have a race. We're engaged with them. The reason is the contracts were up this year, so we're negotiating new agreements. Those agreements aren't completed.feedback

Jul 05 2017 - China

We're having good discussions and our expectation is to have it, but obviously we don't have a signed agreement, so it's just a reality of life with a lead time that still exists.feedback

Jun 10 2017

Our focus right now is making the races we have this year, 20 races we have this year, the 21 races we have next year, be everything they can and should be. We think we can take those events to another level and that should be our focus and our priority at this point. Engaging and evaluating opportunities we talked about, adding another race in the US in a destination city such as New York, Miami, Las Vegas, continuing to evaluate those things, but priority one is really focusing on making the events we have great. It's a quality over quantity focus for us.feedback

May 10 2017

We unleashed our drivers, teams, promoters and more on social media, which resulted in a three to four fold growth in areas like video engagement on social media. We've also begun to work with the FIA and the teams to take steps to ensure that our competition on the track delivers the best fan experience possible. We are addressing the engine, the costs, the rules and other key issues all with the goal of making the sport the best it can be.feedback

May 10 2017

As part of the process we are also reviewing the broader race weekend in areas like support races to enhance and improve the experience for fans. We have a lot to do, and we're off to a good start with four races under our belt, attendance up and strong results in TV viewership and digital engagement. We move into the European portion of our season in Barcelona this weekend, where we'll launch a few more things to engage fans. It should be fun.feedback

May 04 2017

Some of the decisions that were made needed to have a better process to think through. The current engine, for example, ended up being too complicated, too expensive, and lost some of the sound that added to the mystique of the sport. We will do things and some things take time - you are not going to have a new engine in two months because if you tried to do that you are going to do more harm than good. We want to make sure we have the tools to manage the business as opposed to throwing things out there so somebody has a media story.feedback

May 04 2017

It has been three months and we have been very clear that one of the things the sport has not been served well by is a continued short-term focus, and what we are going to do next week. We care more about where the sport is going to be three years from now than three months from now. Bernie was always very focused on the short term, and our focus is on building long-term value.feedback

May 04 2017

When you have someone so identified with the sport for such a long period of time there is always going to be some degree of complexity. I will do what I think is right. Bernie's style was divide and conquer - to keep everything very close - but we want it to be a spirit of partnership in that we compete on the track. The teams, the promoters, Formula One and the FIA all have a shared vision of where we want the sport to go and building it in a way that is healthy for everybody.feedback

May 04 2017

Day-to-day I find a level of frustration. It was very much a sport that got into a habit of saying 'no' too much. I want to be saying 'yes' to a whole lot more. What is the value of having an idea if the answer to everything you want to do is 'no'? All it does is create frustration. All of us make mistakes and nobody is perfect. Bernie took a business from decades ago and sold it for eight billion dollars. He deserves all the credit in the world for what he has done. But in today's world you need to market a sport. We were not marketing the sport.feedback

May 04 2017

There are an array of things that weren't done that needed to be done. We felt it was a sport that for the last five or six years had really not been managed to its full potential or taken advantage of what was here.feedback

May 03 2017 - London

London is a great city, and there is no question [you think of it] when you think where are the cities you want to be in. We are talking to a lot of people. Realistically I have got a page-long list of places that would like to have races.feedback

Jan 27 2017

I think there's a recognition that for a sport to be healthy it needs to have a fair competitive balance. Everybody has to have the ability to compete and the underdog has to have the ability to win. So I think those things are broadly recognized... we'd like owning a team to be good business.feedback

Jan 24 2017

He's been in a role for most of his adult life, running it, so I'm not naive about the difficulties in giving up the role and taking this new undefined role. But I would truly hope I can look to his advice and help as we go forward. I am running the show.feedback

Jan 24 2017

F1 has huge potential with multiple untapped opportunities. I have enjoyed hearing from the fans, teams, (the sport's governing) FIA, promoters and sponsors on their ideas and hopes for the sport. We will work with all of these partners to enhance the racing experience and add new dimensions to the sport.feedback

Jan 24 2017

F1 has huge potential with multiple untapped opportunities. We will work...to enhance the racing experience and add new dimensions to the sport and we look forward to sharing these plans over time.feedback

Jan 23 2017

The sport is what it is today because of him... and he will always be part of the F1 family.feedback

Jan 19 2017

We think there's real growth in the business and we think everyone should benefit from that growth. We're all partners in the business – simply, Formula One and the teams should basically grow the business going forward.feedback

Sep 08 2016

The best businesses are partnerships where people work together as a team.feedback

Sep 08 2016

This is a great global sport and great franchise and one we are just going to continue to build with the things Bernie's built over the prior decades. We want to make it (F1) everything it can be.feedback

Sep 08 2016

We'll work closely and as partners and we'll figure it out.feedback

Sep 08 2016

America is an opportunity, I think we can do a lot more in America, it's probably more long-term than short-term. Realistically it's a global sport. We're not trying to Americanise the sport. We have great respect for the European foundations of it. Europe is critically important to us.feedback

Sep 08 2016

Certainly the U.S. is a big opportunity long-term but this isn't an American company Americanising the sport.feedback

Sep 07 2016

I greatly admire Formula One as a unique global sports entertainment franchise attracting hundreds of millions of fans each season from all around the world.feedback

Jul 13 2011 - Fox

It has become clear that it is too difficult to progress in this climate. News Corp remains a committed long-term shareholder in BSkyB.feedback

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