Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has backed a clampdown on the use of team radio to help drivers, claiming it was his idea and suggesting more restrictions should be considered. "I was the one who started it off, yes," Ecclestone told ... Dominion Post, 1 day ago
Bernie wants more F1 clampdowns - Daily News South Africa, 2 days ago
Ecclestone backs radio clampdown, suggests more needed - Yahoo! Malaysia, 2 days ago
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A German court has ruled that Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone can make a controversial $100-million payment to end his bribery trial. According to AFP, the 83-year-old Briton struck the bargain with prosecutors in the case, which received the ...IAfrica.com, 1 month ago Ecclestone ends bribery trial with $100-mn payment Yahoo! Singapore, 1 month ago F1 has no beef with Russia, says Ecclestone Malay Mail, 4 weeks ago F1 boss ends trial with $100m payment SINA, 1 month ago
It was the original idea of Bernie Ecclestone to ban radio messages. Formula One has back-tracked on a planned clampdown on radio and pitboard messages for reasons of fairness but remains determined to end driver 'coaching' during races, the ...DNA India, 23 hours ago Radio ban delayed to ensure fairness for all, says FIA Malay Mail, 11 hours ago Ban on radio put off till 15 Calcutta Telegraph, 15 hours ago Hamilton fastest in Singapore as FIA backtrack on F1's new radio rules Abu Dhabi National, 18 hours ago
Formula One ringmaster Bernie Ecclestone on Friday said he had no doubt that this year's controversial inaugural Russian Grand Prix in Sochi will go ahead as planned in early October. Speaking to reporters in the paddock at Belgian Grand Prix ...InSing.com, 2 weeks ago Mercedes welcome Bernie Ecclestone trial settlement ZeeNews.com, 3 weeks ago Ecclestone to control F1 'as long as I can' Sydney Morning Herald, 4 weeks ago Bernie Ecclestone wants to control Formula 1 'as long as I can' WA Today, 4 weeks ago
Formula One tycoon Bernie Ecclestone is heading for a $100-million settlement to halt his bribery trial in Germany, local media reported. The 83-year-old Briton upped his offer to secure a deal, according to reports which said if it goes ahead it ...IAfrica.com, 1 month ago Bernie pays big to walk Times Live South Africa, 1 month ago Bernie going for big deal in bribery case Times of India, 1 month ago Bernie Ecclestone heading for $100m deal in bribery case: reports Melbourne Age, 1 month ago
Reuters/Munich Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone told a court yesterday that a multi-million dollar payment to a jailed German banker was designed to buy the man's silence and not linked to the sale of the motor sport business. Given detailed ...Gulf Times, 2 months ago Ecclestone says payment to buy man's silence Stuff.co.nz, 2 months ago F1 boss Ecclestone explains "insurance policy" payment to German banker Reuters Canada, 2 months ago Wheels24.co.za | Bernie explains 'insurance policy' Wheels24, 2 months ago
⌖ A- A+ The court that was handling Ecclestone's infamous bribery case has agreed to end the man's trial for a whopping $100 million. Formula 1's big man went to trial this April after he was accused of handing over $44 million to a German ...Auto Evolution, 1 month ago AFP - Germany-auto-prix-trial-corruption-Ecclestone lead Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago German court to rule on $100-mn Ecclestone bid to end trial Business Recorder, 1 month ago Court to rule on $100-mn Ecclestone bid to end trial Yahoo! Singapore, 1 month ago
Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Formula One boss, Bernie Ecclestone says that he knew he was innocent and the much publicised bribery trial never bothered him. He is attending first post-trial race weekend at the historic Spa-Francorchamps circuit for ...ZeeNews.com, 4 weeks ago
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone arrives at the district court I in Munich, Germany. Ecclestone has admitted to paying former BayernLB banker Gerhard Gribkowsky, but denies any wrongdoing. (EPA) DPA/Berlin Bernie Ecclestone has escaped a ...Gulf Times, 1 month ago Ecclestone must now tackle F1 problems and his legacy Oman Observer, 1 month ago
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone says he was "a bit of an idiot" for paying a £60m settlement to end his bribery case - but is pleased it is over. The 83-year-old denied any wrongdoing after being accused of paying a German banker £26m to ensure ...BBC, 1 month ago
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