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FILE - This is a  Saturday, Aug. 12, 2000 file photo of Michael Schumacher, left, jokes with Bernie Ecclestone, while Finland's Mika Hakkinen, right, looks on after qualifying practice at the Hungaroring racetrack near Budapest. Bernie Ecclestone's reign of Formula One ended after Liberty Media officially completed its takeover of the series on Monday Jan 23, 2017.  ((AP photo/Lionel Cironneau/ File)
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  • FILE - This is a  Saturday, Aug. 12, 2000 file photo of Michael Schumacher, left, jokes with Bernie Ecclestone, while Finland's Mika Hakkinen, right, looks on after qualifying practice at the Hungaroring racetrack near Budapest. Bernie Ecclestone's reign of Formula One ended after Liberty Media officially completed its takeover of the series on Monday Jan 23, 2017.  ((AP photo/Lionel Cironneau/ File)

    AP PHOTOS: Bernie Ecclestone through the years

    LONDON (AP) — Bernie Ecclestone transformed Formula One into a multi-billion dollar business, and turned himself into quite a man about town. Through four decades as the boss of F1, the British businessman mixed with world leaders, world champions and even a couple of wives. Ecclestone’s reign ended Monday when Liberty Media completed its takeover […]
  • FILE- In this Thursday, July 11, 2013 file photo, Chase Carey, President and Chief Operating Officer, 21st Century Fox, walks during a break at the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference in Sun Valley, Idaho.  Formula One's new owners plan to add a street race in the United States in an attempt to improve a sport which they feel stagnated under Bernie Ecclestone's control.
Chase Carey, who ended Ecclestone's four-decade reign as F1's chief executive, told The Associated Press on Tuesday Jan. 24, 2017,  that the sport will no longer be run as a "one-man show." (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

    AP Interview: Formula One’s new owners plan US street race

    LONDON (AP) — Formula One’s new owners plan to add a street race in the United States in an attempt to improve a sport which they feel stagnated under Bernie Ecclestone’s control. Chase Carey, who ended Ecclestone’s four-decade reign as F1’s chief executive, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the sport will no longer […]