F1 » Bernie: An apology might have helped Briatore


F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has suggested that a little humility might have gone a long way in helping Flavio Briatore to avoid the lifetime motorsport ban he received for 'Singapore-gate'...


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19kRPM - Unregistered

September 26, 2009 6:59 AM

Look who's fkng suggesting "a little humility!? The troll caused far greater damage to the future of F1 on his "own" in the past 7 years, than all drivers' cheats over the life of the F1, including Schumacher, Prost, Senna.......! The troll's "lack of humility" killed well known and established F1 venues in Europe and Americas. Ecclestone is afraid he's gonna get kicked out of the soccer league, by way of his partnership with a disgraced, unscruplous and highly incompetent partner in business. Apologies wouldn't change the fact that Flav defeated himself LONG BEFORE LAST year's Singapore incident. Flav doesn't know humility cause his ego is much greater than his interest and respect for F1!

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