Speculation continues that ownership of Formula One might be on the verge of changing hands.
Canadian fashion tycoon Lawrence Stroll has been in talks about buying part of the international racing series, Britain's Sky News reported last week, and he's one of several suitors who reportedly have been looking at Formula One.
Others include American billionaire cable mogul John Malone and some unidentified Formula One teams.
Their interest comes amid executive flux within Formula One, whose longtime top manager, 83-year-old billionaire Bernie Ecclestone, is on trial on bribery charges in Germany.
Prosecutors allege Ecclestone made an illegal $44-million payment to a...