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2018-06-06 09:38

WHAT NEEDS TO HAPPEN: Bernie Ecclestone has given his thoughts on what Ferrari needs to do if it wants to win again. Image: AFP / Lars Baron

Canadian GP promoter Francois Dumontier says he is happy with the new Liberty Media era.

In charge of the race at Montreal, Dumontier told La Presse he formerly had a good relationship with ousted F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone.

Bernie doing it solo

But Bernie "did everything himself", he explained.

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When Liberty Media took control, things changed, that's for sure. They have experience in the media, with event management, and they listen to promoters," said Dumontier.

Already they have taken some ideas that I submitted to them and implemented them in other grands prix.

"That said, they inherited an empty shell from Ecclestone and had to set up a whole structure, creating departments, hiring staff. For sure everyone is still learning, but the progress is already significant," Dumontier said.

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