Ron is back after the most disastrous season Mclaren has ever had, it probably will not be pretty at the Woking
Martin Whitmarsh is not officially out yet but someone has to fall on the proverbial sword (or get passed though by it) to make sure everything is in tip top shape for Honda's arrival in 2015.
Don't bet against Bernie.
Ecclestone stepping down from F1's board was a move long anticipated and planned if the case went to trial. It's a pro forma move, he's still in charge. Bernie is 86 years old so he's not going to jail but yes, at some point he will either retire or keel over in mid-deal. Frankly I hope for him it's the latter.
It's not that F1 cannot run without him but it's unseemly to see how many are ready to kick Mr. E when he's down. Of course part of it is Ecclestone's own fault, he has not designated a successor though he has "groomed" Red Bull's Christian Horner, someone sure to be vetoed by every other team.
Bernie is a man who lives for all those politics and deals, dirty and not, which have made fortunes for investors and teams over the years. Despite all he has going on at his age, Bernie still finds time to flip G6's for a few million profit.
He's a born shark, don't bet against him, you don't think headlines about a US based F1 team (CVC ) and a Nürburgring buyout (Germany) happened by chance do you?
Lotus has a radical new nose?
latest is that, whatever they finally came up with is all kosher with Charlie Whiting.
Pirelli here to stay for the next three seasons
Ricciardo banned from surfing.
There is some irony in Red Bull, of all teams, banning Daniel Ricciardo from surfing in the wake of poor Schumacher's accident while Ferrari put out a statement to the effect of "our drivers are grown ups, we trust they can decide what is dangerous and what is not"