Imagining Formula 1 and Its Future After Bernie Ecclestone

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Imagining Formula 1 and Its Future After Bernie Ecclestone
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Formula One CEO Bernie Ecclestone has been involved in the sport since 1957, as a manager, driver (it's true!), team owner and executive. But he will (probably) not be around forever.

He is currently facing a criminal trial in Germany and, if convicted, his reign at the top of the F1 world will end. He is also 83 years old, an age when most people have long-since retired, even if they are not worth $3.8 billion.

Ecclestone is such a force in the sport, and has been for more than half a century, that it is difficult to imagine F1 without him.

If you are wondering, though, here are five things that may change and questions that will need to be answered once Ecclestone is no longer at the helm.

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