Why uncertainty surrounds Formula 1

Why uncertainty surrounds Formula 1

Races that will not happen and teams that will not compete: the Formula 1 calendar and the sport's entry list show that the sport is not out of the woods yet, says DIETER RENCKEN

Nothing better illustrates Formula 1's current (mis?)management by the sport's commercial rights holder than the sagas surrounding 2015's calendar and entry list.

And, lest this writer stands accused of homing in on just one party, be under no illusions that the governing body, the FIA, is arguably equally culpable.

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