F1 » Ecclestone admits case could end F1 reign


Bernie Ecclestone says F1's bribery case could see him ousted from his position

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19K rpm - Unregistered

January 01, 2013 4:19 AM

With BE out of the picture the only obstacle remaining for the rebirth of F1 as the pinnacle of motorspors is J.Todt's pseudo green F1. The FIA will legislate internal combustion engines out of existence under the pretense of appearing ecologically friendly. I'll bet J.Todt himself has a fleet of V8-V12 cars in his garage and not a single EV. The people currently in charge of deciding the future of F1 are a bunch of hypocrits, supported by their global-corporate sponsors. After watching the same three teams lead the charts for the past 8 years, it's obvious that there is something fundamentally wrong with the way the FIA and CVC are conducting the business.

Jiri Simek

January 02, 2013 3:47 PM
Last Edited 77 days ago

Go, Go, Go!! Yesterday was way too late!! F1 existed well before he came out of nowhere and will exist after he finally signs off. This kind of a one man show always produces only disappointments...

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