Ecclestone admits 2014 season could be last as F1 boss 19 March, 2014 Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that the 2014 season could be his last at the helm of Formula 1.
And he insists that is not because of the Gerhard Gribkowsky corruption scandal, that if found guilty would at best see him fired and at worst land him in a German jail.
Until now, the Formula 1 chief executive has always said he has no intention of stepping down.
'As long as I feel I can deliver, and the shareholders are happy for that to happen, I will stay,' the diminutive Briton said in 2012.
But Ecclestone has now admitted he is thinking about retiring.
'I'm going to be 84 at the end of this year so I am probably going to...
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