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A wealthy Qatari investment fund teamed with Miami Dolphins owner Stephen http://www.officialbroncosnflauthentic.com/WOMENS_YOUTH_ANTONIO_SMITH_JERSEY.html Ross is among several potential buyers of a stake in Formula One, a person with knowledge of the talks said. The person was not authorized to discuss the negotiations publicly but spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. The person said discussions are "well-engaged." The Financial Times newspaper first reported the interest in F1 from the Dolphins owner, RSE Ventures and Qatar Sports Investments, which has the Paris Saint-Germain football team in its portfolio. The FT said they want to buy 35.5 percent of the holding company that owns F1 in a $7 billion to $8 billion deal. They would be buying from investment fund CVC Capital Partners, which is F1's largest and controlling shareholder. A Qatari foray into the glamorous and lucrative world of F1 would fit its long-term strategy of using major sports brands to raise the global profile of the gas- and oil-rich small Persian Gulf emirate. The prime example of that is Qatar's hosting of the 2022 World Cup. In that case, however, much of the resultant publicity has been negative, with international criticism of conditions for migrant laborers in Qatar. Becoming a controlling owner of F1 would Brandon Flowers Kids Jersey also be a coup for Qatar in the games of one-upmanship that Gulf neighbors play among themselves, each trying to outdo the others. Abu Dhabi and Bahrain host F1 races; Qatar does not. But it could instantly become a bigger F1 player than either of them if it acquired CVC's stake. The QSI-RSE partnership is one of several parties interested in buying out CVC's stake in F1, the AP's source said. QSI would be the majority partner in an F1 link-up with RSE, the source said. The person cautioned that the discussions have been going on "for quite a while," and there is no certainty they will result in a firm deal. Bernie Ecclestone, the commercial brains behind F1's staggering growth and financial success in the past four decades, confirmed that "three or four people" are talking to CVC. "I don't know how close things have got at this stage. If they decide to sell, they will have to tell me because I am a shareholder," he told the Press Association at last weekend's Austrian Grand Prix. "CVC are in the business of buying Bear Pascoe Youth Jersey and selling companies," Ecclestone said. "They are very happy with F1. But their business is selling, and everything has a price."

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