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August 05, 2014 4:12 PM

F1 » Ecclestone bribery trial ends with £60m settlement

mark.orr.315: Paying does not mean you are guilty. I don't know the exact circumstances here, but being involved in a long trial at Bernies age when the clock is running out, is a terrible waste of time. So I think this is pretty much kinda like a Sharia blood money payment. Looks like Germany is under sharia law now. But I think it is fair if it reflects any personal gain made by bernie plus a heft penalty.
when the trial started Bernie said he had no reason to pay the money and would Not be taking that route. As far as wasting time the outcome was well worth staying out of jail. He was and is guilty and should not be in F1.


August 03, 2014 1:38 PM

F1 » Wolff: Mercedes ‘comfortable’ with Hamilton’s stance

107SS2009: Yes always strai8 -2-the-point and mostly in Italian, and anybody that forms part of the FERRARI team would have a chance to get away with such disrespect towards the team, I once said on here that Lulu is not FERRARI material, and that opinion has been greatly re enforced after Hungary.
If Ferrari held that high of a standard with their drivers Alonso would have never been signed.


July 28, 2014 7:51 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Usual rules didn’t apply

107SS2009: Rob, apart what is paid per point and what is paid per super licences in a recent interview as quoted by Frankfurter Aligemeine Zetsche criticised the income distribution paid by BE, he quoted FERRARI GETS 100M, RBR70M and Mercedes 12M, he also said that the sports is on the wrong track, “we need change, you have to question of whether it is worthwhile to continue to participate”.
We both want Bernie gone. The sooner the better.


July 28, 2014 6:44 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Usual rules didn’t apply

kma55: These orders to let teammates through only make sense when the constructors championship is at stake, or one driver is not in contention for the drivers championship. Neither of these things are true in this situation, Mercedes are so far ahead of everyone else there really shouldn't be any orders given.
If I am not mistaken the teams are paid based on the number of points that they score. Lewis cost the team money by putting his needs above the team's.
the teams pay 5K per point earned. the champion pays 6K per point. He saved them money. Same goes for the drivers. They pay per point earned when getting super license to start each year.

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