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Civil case against Ecclestone dropped

The New York Surpeme Court has dismissed a civil action against Bernie Ecclestone. Bluewaters Communications Holdings LLC, an American-based investment firm, was seeking damages to the amount of 650 million US dollars from the F1 supremo following the controversial sale of the sport's commercial rights to in 2006 to CVC. According to Bluewaters, the company might the highest for the 47 percent stake former shareholder Bayern LB sold and that Ecclesone was obliged to accept their offer. Instead, the stake in F1 was sold to CVC Capital Partners, because, Bluewaters claims, Ecclestone paid a bribe to Bayern LB's chief risk officer Gerhard Gribkowsky. The 650million Bluewaters was seeking...
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