F1 » Ecclestone: To retire means to die


Only a matter of months after long-time business partner Max Mosley stepped down from the FIA Presidency and as he nears his 80th birthday, Bernie Ecclestone has argued he 'cannot stop'.


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Black Dog - Unregistered

June 23, 2010 10:48 AM

Bernie saw an opportunity to manage and build F1 and he has turned it into a huge global business. Since it was his vision and determination that has made F1 what it is today, he was entitled to at least 50% of the revenues he created, before he sold it on. He held the rights. It was his business!
Some of you are just jealous because you would never be capable of achieving what Bernie has done.
Your general lack of knowledge about F1 and it's history is only surpassed by your inability to spell correctly.

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