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Ecclestone reveals bribery trial will be 'part-time' to fit F1 calendar

Bernie Ecclestone has scored an early boost in his battle against bribery allegations in Germany. The Formula One boss has revealed that prosecutors have agreed to schedule hearings in his upcoming trial in Munich on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. He says it has been done so that he can continue to run F1 and travel to races at the same time according to an article in the Independent by Christian Sylt.It is the first time Ecclestone has spoken at length about the bribery scandal since winning a civil case in the High Court about whether F1 was undervalued when it was sold to the private equity firm CVC in 2006.He claims a recent report in the Financial Times about the implications of the trial...
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