F1 » Ecclestone rubbishes accusations he paid $50 million bribe

F1 commercial rights-holder Bernie Ecclestone has responded to claims that he was involved in an alleged $50 million bribe paid to German banker Gerhard Gribkowsky by describing them as 'absolute nonsense'

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Robbo - Unregistered

January 10, 2011 1:56 PM

Somebody paid it. Who had an incentive or motive to pay? I can only think of one or two possibilities. Gribkowsky knows, but is he going to say? Maybe there is something more in it for him if he keeps quiet even if he does have to spend a bit of time in striped pyjamas.

Bernie, I think you should have ignored the speculation in the German press. You may be accused of protesting too much.

jose - Unregistered

January 10, 2011 3:22 PM

Early Monday morning, Crash's soap opera is up and running. Just preseason entertainment, will the "OLD FART" comeout as the winner, flag in hand?
or crash at Saint Devote, stay tuned.

did some trash talking with you Sunday, just a waist of time, The devil (wife)made me do it..Never again...


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