Turbocharging Formula One fortunes

The F1 season isn't just a race between the giants of the automotive world but also an important testing ground for the likes of BlackBerry and Microsoft.

Beneath the pomp and pageantry of Formula One witnessed over the weekend lies a precision-built mini-universe, a world inhabited by engineers, technicians -- the silent force propelling these magnificent machines on track.
 
The progenitor of this world is Bernie Eccelstone -- a man who has single-handedly created the biggest monopoly in the history of sport.

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