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August 05, 2014 12:13 PM

F1 » Ecclestone bribery trial ends with £60m settlement

On a Tuesday afternoon MR E will leave the court as a free man, to anybody with a head on his shoulder that looks like a case of bribery to end a trail of bribery. Der Spiegel has published details about the state of MR E trial that reveal the farcical nature of the undertaking, they summarized the article “MR E will avoid being sentenced for bribery by bribing the court. The trail being held in Munich, which is in Bavaria, which is as corrupt as Uganda. Bavarian officials have been in the thick of corruption scandals since post war Germany, for bribery, abuse of office, nepotism, tax evasion, fraud and white collar crimes. Meanwhile those that believed that he was at the end of his F1 road will have to wait for his natural demise, but I cannot guaranty that he did not took care of that and bribed the grim reaper too.


August 06, 2014 7:25 PM

F1 » Ecclestone ‘a bit of an idiot’ for settling

Paragraph 257c of the German law is basically an agreement brokered between the courts the defendant and the prosecution, but such a deal is intended/supposed to only negotiate the maximum sentence the accused will be found guilty of the crimes he was charged with, yet MR E has even avoided this stain on his record. Mr E has abused a law designed to deal with petty crimes like car accidents with no injuries, the dropping of a case according to (153) of the code of criminal proceedings allow a case to be dropped for a fine and the defendant will be acquitted, the law was introduced to avoid multi-week trials with the prosecution having problem to prove the case. To be continued.


August 05, 2014 7:07 AM

F1 » Ferrari confirms Marmorini exit

107SS2009: All three engines on the grid will be improved with the allowed changes, no doubt there, the important thing will be how big an improvement ......
Lets hope FERRARI and Renault improve their engines.Till then we will watch battle for the third place. Unless Merc run into issues... :P
I personally don’t believe that whatever improvement that FERRARI and Renault can come up with for the rest of the season they can manage to bridge the gap to Mercedes this season.


August 05, 2014 7:02 AM

F1 » Ferrari confirms Marmorini exit

107SS2009 : it is harder to improve on an already good engine than on one that is not so good
Seems like a simple truth. Yet, the quote bears repeating, and often. Hard to improve upon perfection. Same is concerned for team, car, parts, and driver that make up the goods. Nothing to add more than that.
Some drivers will earn their first grid penalty with their next due replacement (sixth component) of some of the five components that make-up the PU, meaning they have already used their allocated fifth component. Some others are close behind them, while the rest are close to that lot. Five PU’S and five components of each five that makes up the PU was always going to be very tight. And for next year it will get tighter with only four permitted.

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