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Ecclestone says he is coming after his critics

If anyone is in doubt as to whether Bernie Ecclestone is firing on all cylinders after spending three months in court then they should think again. Not only is the Formula One boss back at work full-time but he has fired off a warning shot to his critics according to an article in the Independent by Christian Sylt.Earlier this month Ecclestone paid a staggering £60m to prosecutors in Germany to put the brakes on charges that he paid a bribe to steer the sale of F1 to his preferred buyer, the private equity firm CVC. The trial was being held for two days every week to allow Ecclestone to continue running F1 at the same time and his lawyer Sven Thomas said that it had become 'extremely...
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