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Ecclestone admits legal problems impacting his job

Ecclestone admits legal problems impacting his job 4 March, 2014 Bernie Ecclestone Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone admits that the trials and tribulations he is under due to legal action he is fighting on a number of fronts means he is not devoting as much time as he should to the business of running to sport and reveals he has been searching for a deputy. Ecclestone told the Financial Times, 'I've been spending time on this [civil] case and to spend time on Munich I am not able to give what I normally would do, 24/7, to the business.' 'I've been looking, over the last few years, for somebody who can join me to assist with what I have to do. I will eventually be in a position, if I...
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