Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has said he would rather attract an older audience to the sport because they’ve “got plenty of cash”

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has dismissed suggestions the sport needs to engage with a younger audience and develop a greater awareness of s(...)

Both Marussia (pictured) and Caterham are in dire financial straits and other teams are not far behind.

Any potential shareholder would right now be on the phone, giving it the full eighties Michael-Douglas-in-Wall-Street performance – shouting sell, sel(...)

 Administrators said Marussia will “continue to operate”. Photograph:  David Davies/PA Wire

Marussia will miss the United States Grand Prix this weekend after becoming the second Formula 1 team in four days to go into administration.London-ba(...)

Nico Rosberg of Germany and Mercedes  locks up approaching turn two next to team-mate and eventual winner Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain. Photograph:  Mark Thompson/Getty Images

Lewis Hamilton became only the fourth driver in Formula One history to win nine grands prix in a season by taking the chequered flag at the inaugural (...)

Irish-American property and sports billionaire Frank McCourt at a Los Angeles Dodgers game. Photograph: Jon SooHoo/LA Dodgers

Nestled inside the historic Horse Guards Parade is a beautiful arena which is the setting of the eleventh leg of the 2014 Longines Global Champions(...)

Bank of America has agreed to pay some $17 billion (€12.7 billion) to settle and close investigations by US regulators; the settlement sum will set a (...)

 Lawyer Sven Thomas (L) talks to his client Bernie Ecclestone, the head of Formula One racing, as he arrives in court in Munich, Germany. Écclestone was accused of bribing a BayernLB employee in connection with the sale of a portion of Formula One but paid the court £60 million to end the case. Photograph: Getty Images

The Formula One chief, Bernie Ecclestone, has declared himself “a bit of an idiot” for paying a £60m settlement to bring an end to his bribery trial.T(...)

Formula One  chief Bernie Ecclestoneleaves the Oberlandgericht Muenchen courthouse yesterday after judges agreed to conclude his trial for bribery. Photograph:  Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images

Bavarian state prosecutors and the Munich district court have agreed to end a bribery case against Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone in exchange f(...)

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone arrives on what turned out to be the last day of his trial on bribery charges in Munich.  Photograph: Getty Images

For a sport that relishes the rule book it was perhaps fitting that Bernie Ecclestone shrugged off the court case that has been hanging over him throu(...)

Bernie Ecclestone, the head of Formula One racing, departs the Oberlandgericht Muenchen courthouse after judges agreed to conclude his trial for bribery. Ecclestone worked out a deal with prosecutors that spares him from jail time in exchange for payments of a $100 million fine and €25 million to bank BayernLB. Ecclestone was accused of bribing a BayernLB employee in connection with the sale of a portion of Formula One. Photograph: Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images)

A German court on Tuesday halted a bribery trial against Bernie Ecclestone in exchange for his paying a $100 million fee, under the terms of a settlem(...)