And it’s time for us to pay tribute to the sport’s new chairman emeritus Ecclestone. After being in charge of this motorsport for 40 years, Bernie Ecclestone has now decided to step back and retire.
His successor Chase Carey, together with Ross Brawn and Sean Bratches are now looking forward to bring a new plan to the table.
Ecclestone needs to be given lots of credit for what Formula 1 has become. However, the change of management is expected to bring fresh ideas and support the sport grow in the future.
We are looking forward to seeing what the future holds for this adrenaline-fueled sport, and until then we will make sure that its fans and stars are well entertained at Amber Lounge at the Monaco, Singapore, Mexico City and Abu Dhabi Grand Prix season 2017!