Former Chief Executive of the Formula One Group Bernie Ecclestone (R) meets Sao Paulo's Mayor Joao Doria in Sao Paulo, Brazil, March 23, 2017. (REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker)
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Team principals said Friday former power broker Bernie Ecclestone still had a role to play in Formula One following the high-profile takeover of the sport by Liberty Media.Ferrari chief Maurizio Arrivabene said F1's strength was down to the work of Ecclestone.As part of the new F1 management structure, new chairman and chief executive Chase Carey will have former Mercedes F1 team boss Ross Brawn and Sean Bratches, once a sales executive with North American sports television channel ESPN, running the sporting and commercial arms of F1 respectively under him.
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