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not your usual teammates formula one and american football but now the onus of the miami dolphins want to get their hands on a controlling stake in top tier motor racing according to reuters sources are as he ventures owned by stephen ross is part of a consortium bidding for c. v. c. capital partners thirty five percent stake in formula one's holding company , reporter fred perry says it could help the sport finally take hold in the united states yourself i think one race yet currently going on %HESITATION said if you can %HESITATION filled the u. s. presence i mean not , being an extremely valuable wouldn't staff one on the same side of the table that from the other side of the world is cutoff sports investment , owns the football club parasite shaman its involvement in the report it eight billion dollar deal would help the rich and i'm vicious arab country in its quest to become a major player in sport , and help improve its image after its winning world cup page became embroiled in a corruption investigation , qatar also wants its own formula one race any new deal is likely to bring changes and the bidding consortium is interested in exploiting the huge but so far unrealized potential of meteorites , ross has a lot of experience in sports neither rights that's what he dies on heath's i helps or stay famous athletes with %HESITATION sport investment side if i'm not going to be you know if you think about the label sports franchises and the wolcott says the olympics and then that is f. one %HESITATION which i is that next watch sport lately but one thing is likely to remain a constant british used car salesman turned billionaire bunny eckel stern even though his state is also due to be sold the man whose controversially dominated the sport for nearly half a century is already in talks to continue in his role