Vienna - Austrian former racing driver Niki Lauda
has been selected to buy the assets of Niki, the airline he founded in 2003, the administrators of the former Air Berlin subsidiary said Tuesday.
Austrian former racing driver Niki Lauda
was chosen to buy the assets of Niki which he founded in 2003, the administrators of the former Air Berlin subsidiary announced Tuesday.
The airline was founded by Niki Lauda
, the Austrian ex-F1 racing champion, but was sold to Air Berlin in 2011.
- the non-executive chairman at Hamilton's Mercedes team and a three-time world champion - described Vettel's actions on lap 19 as "crazy".
fears the bad blood between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel will erupt into physical violence.
FRUSTRATED Niki Lauda
claimed F1 giants Mercedes are being victimised and lashed out at rival teams.
00pm, Film4 The 1976 Formula One Championship season is dominated by a fierce rivalry between two contrasting racers, as daredevil British driver James Hunt and methodical Austrian defending champion Niki Lauda
put their lives on the line to outdo each other on the track.
July 21 (SeeNews) - Niki Lauda
, founder of low-cost airline FlyNiki, has acquired 10% of Signa Retail GmbH and 1% of Signa Prime Selection AG, both owned by Austrian entrepreneur Rene Benko, in order to diversify his business, Lauda said in an interview with business daily Wirtschaftsblatt.
DURING the 1970s, rubber burnt and tempers frayed between two very different Formula 1 drivers: charismatic ladies' man James Hunt and incredibly ambitious Austrian speed fiend Niki Lauda
Bombardier delivered a new Global 6000 aircraft to Formula 1 champion, Niki Lauda
, today at the aircraft manufacturer s Global Completion Centre, in Dorval, Canada.
Motorsport boss Toto Motorsport boss Toto Wolff, non-executive Wolff, non-executive chairman Niki Lauda
and chairman Niki Lauda
and executive technical executive technical director Paddy Lowe have director Paddy Lowe have been forced to contend been forced to contend with issues between with issues between Rosberg and Hamilton.
London, June 28 ( ANI ): Mercedes chairman and Formula One legend Niki Lauda
has said that Grand Prix stewards must stop 'nannying' drivers because they are wrecking the sport.