In the round-up: CVC, one of the major stakeholders of Formula 1, are actively looking to sell their share in the sport’s ownership.
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Big Formula One Bet Vaults a Buyout Firm to the Top (Bloomberg)
"The most likely suitors are media companies hunting for programming content, rather than another buyout firm. Rupert Murdoch’s Sky Plc, the Qatar Investment Authority and RSE Ventures, chaired by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, are interested in investing."
Ferrari F1 team has 'clear' plan for post-Allison reorganisation (Autosport)
"We are reorganising the team, first of all without panicking, because taking that decision means we are clear in mind about what to do with the organisation."
F1 and me - an exclusive interview with Fernando Alonso (Formula1.com)
"I do have my free time! When working my routine is very exact - but then there is Fernando Alonso in private, when I do completely the opposite…"
Ericsson believes new owners will put Sauber back on track (F1i)
"I think as it is now everything is quite new and I don’t think many people in the team know much about what they want. All that I know is that it seems like they are very serious about it and what to make this team good and profitable as well, with the whole business."
Nikita Mazepin hopes for more F1 chances after 'awesome' first test (JAonF1)
"It’s a great opportunity, first of all, and second it’s my job to help the team as much as I can. In racing you are always trying to help yourself and help the team because with driving more you get more laptime, and with driving you also help the team by giving them your knowledge and your feedback"
How Formula 1 could join the Olympics (Autosport - subscription only)
"Formula 1 should be included in the Olympic Games. That opinion will not go down well with the purists, not least former International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge, who ruled out the notion in 2012 just before his tenure came to an end. But there is no reason why it shouldn't be."
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On this day in F1
Nelson Piquet won the inaugural Hungarian Grand Prix 30 years ago today after a stunning pass on Ayrton Senna around the outside of turn one.