AP Interview: Formula One's new owners plan US street race

LONDON (AP) Formula One's new owners plan to add a street race in the United States as they attempt to improve the motorsport series which they feel stagnated and became tired under Bernie Ecclestone's control.

Chase Casey, who ended Ecclestone's four-decade reign as F1's chief executive on Monday, told The Associated Press that he won't run a "one-man show" like the 86-year-old billionaire.

U.S. sports and entertainment firm Liberty Media, which is controlled by 75-year-old tycoon John Malone, completed its takeover of F1 on Monday from investment fund CVC Capital Partners.

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Formula 1 Leaders: Points
RankDriverPointsWins
1 N.Rosberg 385 9
2 L.Hamilton 380 10
3 D.Ricciardo 256 1
4 S.Vettel 212 0
5 M.Verstappen 204 1
6 K.Raikkonen 186 0
7 S.Perez 101 0
8 V.Bottas 85 0
9 N.Hulkenberg 72 0
10 F.Alonso 54 0
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