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December 5, 2014

Volkswagen Group, the world's second biggest carmaker and Germany’s largest family business, is mulling an entry into Formula One, sources say.

Volkswagen Group, the world's second biggest carmaker and Germany’s largest family business, is mulling an entry into Formula One, sources say.

Last month its rival, fellow German carmaker Mercedes, took out the championship at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, with its drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg taking out first and second place respectively for the season, which runs from March until November.

July 24, 2014

Williams F1 and its founder, Sir Frank Williams, have become icons of British motorsport, but now his daughter is on track to take the wheel.

This is an edited version of a profile that originally appeared in the Spring 2014 edition of CampdenFB.

Motorsport and sustainability might not seem likely bedfellows, but this year Formula One is going greener than it’s ever been before. Claire Williams, whose upbringing was steeped in Formula One history and who was last year appointed deputy head of the Williams F1 team, says the motor-racing championship needs to change with the times.

October 14, 2011

One way family businesses can gain a strong international foothold is to expand globally. But Sahara India Pariwar, whose tagline reads “World’s Largest Family”, has taken a different approach – it is driving into international limelight by investing in one of the world’s most-followed sporting events.

One way family businesses can gain a strong international foothold is to expand globally. But Sahara India Pariwar, whose tagline reads “World’s Largest Family”, has taken a different approach – it is driving into international limelight by investing in one of the world’s most-followed sporting events.

The Sahara Group, headed by Subrata Roy Sahara, has bought a 42.5% stake in Force India, the country’s representative in car-racing event F1.

May 4, 2011

When it comes to next generation business leaders, it doesn’t get much more heavyweight than John Elkann and James Murdoch.

When it comes to next generation business leaders, it doesn’t get much more heavyweight than John Elkann and James Murdoch.

Elkann, scion of one of Europe’s best known business dynasties, chairman of Fiat and chief executive of the Agnelli family investment company Exor, as well as Campden FB’s top family business leader, is one of the most watched business leaders anywhere.

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