What can they offer? Nothing.
They say Formula One is a market which it can't be, obviously. Our market is independent, it's a sport.".
If I did take away Silverstone and a British Grand Prix, I'd be seen as a bad guy but that wouldn't bother me.
We've not got a contract with Silverstone yet but I would be shattered if we didn't get one.
When people want to built new tracks, they want to look at Silverstone. We don't want it built like that. It's quite embarrassing.
I like visiting Silverstone - it's a reminder of what racing was like in the 1950s.
If somebody would have been killed it would have been more or less murder because we knew it was dangerous, so to send people out like that would have been totally irresponsible. Unless something comes up drastic which is going to preclude Tony from putting the event on, I don't see any problems.
It would have been dangerous to run. In hindsight, the more we looked at it the worse it was. Whatever the cure was, the side effects were worse.
We're going to be here forever, don't worry.
The FIA (International Automobile Federation) did not want to go ahead with the qualifying that is being proposed.
I promise, there won't be another season like this. Next year, it's going to be a good show again.
Now that we have successfully completed this transaction, we look forward to the future stock market flotation of this exciting business.
It means stability.
They are knowledgeable about motor sport and make an ideal partner for Formula One.
That is what they want us to do. I'm not happy, but we need to keep Spa alive don't we?
We could trim one off.
I wouldn't be surprised. He's done very well, hasn't he, and probably gets a bit tired of chasing around the world.
This is exactly the direction the teams should be taking to broaden the entertainment and sporting appeal of Formula One to a global audience.
Ideally, it would be a track in Las Vegas, obtained from the 'Strip,' the road with all the most important casinos. We are trying that, we're working on it.
No driver, no person, will ever be bigger than formula one itself.
Indianapolis might not be interested in renewing after the tire farce that happened in 2005. I'm looking at alternative solutions. The best would be a street race in Las Vegas that passes the main road where all the big casinos are.
I think there is a mood of conciliation now. The teams will earn double what they received before.