F1 » Ecclestone: Drivers 'can’t be characters'


Bernie Ecclestone says F1 drivers are no longer allowed to be characters, pointing to the furore that followed the Abu Dhabi podium as a prime example


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ghog

December 16, 2012 1:35 PM
Last Edited 590 days ago

Thinking about the swearing, what happened to delayed TV transmissions?

Would have thought with modern technology, interviews could be easliy delayed and the worst words bleeped out.

As for swearing becoming acceptable, try swearing at a Copper and see how you get on. Probably two warnings and then you nicked!

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