Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone said today he is going straight back to work after he agreed to pay nearly £60m ($100m) to a court in Germany to put an end to the bribery trial against him.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone said today he is going straight back to work after he agreed to pay nearly £60m ($100m) to a court in Germany to put an end to the bribery trial against him.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone said today he is going straight back to work after he agreed to pay nearly £60m ($100m) to a court in Germany to put an end to the bribery trial against him.
Toto Wolff, the Mercedes executive director, has implemented a new code of conduct regarding team orders for their drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.
Court in Munich to accept Bernie Ecclestone’s payment to end trial on bribery charges which began in April
£60m settlement ends bribery court case F1 owners to decide over chief executives futureFor a sport that relishes the rule book it was perhaps fitting that Bernie Ecclestone …
Although the F1 mogul declared determination to prove his innocence after being charged with bribery of a German banker, he negotiated his way to freedom
Motor-racing mogul declared his determination to prove his innocence after accusations by a German banker but has now negotiated an end to the case
Formula One chief relieved at end of trial but questions paying $100m settlement as ‘judge more or less said I was acquitted’Formula One chief Bernie …
Munich court confirms that motor sport chief will pay $100m settlement to end his trial for allegedly bribing German bankerThe Formula One boss, Bernie …
Jenson Button finished 11th out of 1,675 entrants in a gruelling triathlon in the Philippines on Sunday. The McLaren driver took part in an Ironman challenge in the city of Cebu and managed to come second in his age group.
BBC Sports News Correspondent Andy Swiss reports as a German court agrees to end the bribery trial of Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone in exchange for a $100m (£60m) payment from him.
The lawyer for Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone says his client’s offer to pay £60m to end his trial on bribery charges is not an admission …
German prosecutors say they would accept an offer of £60m from Formula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone to end his trial on bribery charges.
Prosecutors say they will end Bernie Ecclestone’s bribery trial in exchange for a £60million payment from the Formula One boss.
The 83-year-old will reportedly try to encourage a German court to spend the money on a new F1 track in the region
Bernie Ecclestone’s trial for bribery has been dissolved after the F1 chief agreed to pay a £60m settlement with state prosecutors.
Bavarian state prosecutors tell Munich court that motor sport’s chief executive has offered $100m to end his trial for allegedly bribing a German bankerFormula One boss Bernie …
Prosecutors tell Munich court that motor sport chief has offered $100m to end his trial for allegedly bribing German bankerThe Formula One boss, Bernie Ecclestone, has offered to …
German prosecutors say they would accept an offer of £60m from Formula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone to end his trial on bribery charges.
Court in Munich has accepted Bernie Ecclestone’s payment to end trial on bribery charges which began in April
Court in Munich to accept Bernie Ecclestone’s payment to end trial on bribery charges which began in April
Court in Munich has accepted Bernie Ecclestone’s payment to end trial on bribery charges which began in April
A Red Bull Formula One car burst into flames during a demonstration run in Russia last weekend.
Bernie Ecclestone is expected to be cleared of bribery charges in Germany after paying an out-of-court settlement of a staggering £60m or $100m, which is believed to be the largest in the country’s history.
Fernando Alonso believes Mercedes to be the surprise of the Formula One season – and now the benchmark for Ferrari to aspire to.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed Melbourne will continue to host the Australian Grand Prix as the opening event of the season until 2020.
F1 chief executive reported to have increased offer to £60million to bring end to trial in Germany
Melbourne will continue to host the Australian GP until at least 2020 after organisers secured a new long-term contract with Bernie Ecclestone.
Formula 1 head Bernie Ecclestone says Melbourne will keep the season-opening Australian Grand Prix until 2020.
Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone’s trial could be concluded as early as next week. Ecclestone went on trial in Munich in April charged with bribery of a German banker, and incitement to breach of trust.
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton says he wouldn’t change his “difficult” season despite problems in qualifying in the last two races.
Lewis Hamilton heads into Formula One’s summer break with a smile on his face after believing he has proven himself in times of adversity.
Munich court tells witnesses due to give evidence next week not to attend following £20m settlement offer from F1 chief executive
Williams could finish second in this year’s Formula 1 constructors’ championship, says Felipe Massa.
Ferrari confirmed on Thursday that Luca Marmorini, who oversaw the design and development of their power unit, is leaving Maranello.
Niki Lauda has described as “absolute rubbish” reports that Mercedes are considering a move for Sebastian Vettel at Lewis Hamilton’s expense for the 2016 season.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says he is “comfortable” with Lewis Hamilton’s refusal to yield to Nico Rosberg during a contentious Hungarian GP.
Your next fix of live F1 track action may be three weeks away – but there’s no shortage of talking points in the sport as it breaks for the summer and those are what Sky Sports F1 will be tackling across two shows during the rest of this week.
Caterham have taken legal action of their own against a number of former employees, citing a ‘gross misrepresentation of the facts’ in the claim against the Leafield-based marque.
Nico Rosberg has questioned the timing of the Safety Car’s first appearance in the Hungarian GP, saying that it, rather than Lewis Hamilton’s defiance of Mercedes team orders, was the “main problem” he encountered in Sunday’s race.
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci has demanded no one in his team shuts down mentally during Formula One’s summer break.
Caterham have announced they are launching legal action against a group of former employees who are claiming unfair dismissal by the team.
Principal will use F1s summer break to regalvanise set-up Everyone in team called on to make us winners againThe Ferrari team principal, Marco Mattiacci …
Businessman Denis Welch from Dilhorne, Staffordshire died when he lost control of a 1960 Lotus 18 during a race for pre-1966 Grand Prix cars at Silverstone in Northamptonshire yesterday.
Esteban Gutierrez hopes to open contract talks with Sauber in the forthcoming weeks as the Mexican aims to keep his place on the grid in time for his country’s return to the F1 calendar next year.
Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost has identified reliability as the area his team have to improve upon during the second half of the 2014 campaign.
Former Formula One driver John Watson, who competed in 152 Formula One races over 10 years, has forged a successful media career, and today he writes for MailOnline.
Ferrari have denied that Pat Fry has been sacked amid claims that the team’s engineering director will pay the price for the Scuderia’s lacklustre campaign.
Lewis Hamilton has vowed not to change his style as he seeks to avoid that ‘if only’ feeling come the end of the season.