F1 » F1 corruption case takes a new twist

There have been further claims and counter-claims in the corruption scandal that has rocked F1 in recent weeks, with suggestions now that the shares sold to CVC Capital Partners in 2006 were not undervalued after all

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Call me Mr Cynical - Unregistered

March 08, 2011 12:45 PM

Gentlemen (and ladies) may I suggest that there maybe some posturing going on here?

1)The German authorities would not jail Gerhard Gribkowsky on a whim, there must have been some evidence?
2)Pitpass is clearly being fed information. (By whom? answers on a postcard)
3)Auction I didn't see it on eBay ( It probably was not an open auction as we know it, so what can be believed?)

RP - Unregistered

March 08, 2011 8:07 PM

Can't believe someone says Pitpass articles are well researched - all they've done is read a German newspaper! The same Pitpass reported that Nick Fry had been fired by Mercedes GP - if they'd actually bothered to ask MGP they would have realised that they were utterly wrong.
Pitpass do research? You're having a laugh right?

Seán - Unregistered

March 09, 2011 4:38 PM

Guy's I'm deleting this site from my F1 list. Poor, poor, poor... Old OLD news...

My view anyway is this:-

Bernie is WAYYYY too smart to be getting involved in this. The guy is a legend... he IS THE ONLY reason why we love F1 as much as we do. He is the master, I hope he sues them scumbags as we all know that the media over-hype these stories, believing that the sensationalism will attract readers and so add to the follows and thus increase charges for advertisers as well as site traffic... SIMPLES!...

I believe NOTHING of what I read, and can easily form my own opinion in the truth as I have a brain!... I dont need to believe the ****e that they pump out... and I wont!.

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