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Old 8 Mar 2019, 17:57 (Ref:3889204)   #1996
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All this simply reflects the Silverstone situation.
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According to this article Liberty Media's CEO Greg Maffei blames Ecclestone for the current situation.

http://classic.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/142049
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According to this article Liberty Media's CEO Greg Maffei blames Ecclestone for the current situation.

http://classic.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/142049
"And we got a lot of blow back, partly because we're public now and they can see the prices, and also partly because Bernie suggested to a lot of them that they were overpaying. That didn't help the cause."

Does this mean that the hosting fees of the Grand Prix are now publicly available?

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Where can we see them?
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How could Bernie have suggested to a lot of them that they were overpaying, when it was he who set the price in the first place and did he ever say he would accept a reduced sanctioning fee, or reimburse those who had overpaid?
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"And we got a lot of blow back, partly because we're public now and they can see the prices, and also partly because Bernie suggested to a lot of them that they were overpaying. That didn't help the cause."

Does this mean that the hosting fees of the Grand Prix are now publicly available?

If so

Where can we see them?
I suspect the individual contract details are not public? I would expect that the aggregates of segments of the business are public. Such as... cost, revenue and ultimately the profitability from hosting fees. Maybe the promoters see that margins for the fees are high. They struggle to come up with the money to line the pockets of someone else.

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if i was a promoter i would hire BE as a consultant to negotiate my sanctioning fee.
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He would probably find a way to give you a large bill plus extract a kickback from Liberty as well! In the end, it may cost you more!

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I wrote recently in the F1 on TV debate thread that it has been discovered that the average sanctioning fee is now US$30.4 million per year.

Having just considered that a bit more, I think that the figure must be heavily skewed downwards because, to the best of my knowledge, Monaco pays nothing to FOM for holding their annual event.

So, I wonder what the real figure is?
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I wrote recently in the F1 on TV debate thread that it has been discovered that the average sanctioning fee is now US$30.4 million per year.

Having just considered that a bit more, I think that the figure must be heavily skewed downwards because, to the best of my knowledge, Monaco pays nothing to FOM for holding their annual event.

So, I wonder what the real figure is?
Having Monaco pay nothing doesn't skew the average that much. 21 x $30.4 million = about $638.4 million or so.

Excluding Monaco: $638.4/20 = $31.92 million -- the average is only about $1.5 million higher
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