Bernie Ecclestone remains at legal loggerheads with the Munich state bank BayernLB. When the sport’s supremo controversially yet successfully settled with German prosecutors for $100
Bernie Ecclestone’s legal troubles are not yet over. Before he ended his corruption trial in Munich by agreeing to pay $100 million to the Bavarian
Bernie Ecclestone on Wednesday hailed the “capitalist system” that saw him escape a bribery trial by paying the German court a record $100 million settlement.
Bernie Ecclestone is going straight back to work after agreeing a $100 million deal to end his bribery trial in Munich. Amid high controversy and
Bernie Ecclestone’s Munich trial has been extended. Originally, the F1 chief executive’s corruption hearings were set to continue only until mid-September. But the Austrian news
Bernie Ecclestone’s defence got a boost on Tuesday, as the corruption trial continued in Munich. If found guilty of having bribed the jailed former F1
F1’s chief legal officer ended her day in tears after appearing as a witness during the Bernie Ecclestone bribery trial. Earlier this year, it emerged
Gerhard Gribkowsky contacted the BND, Germany’s foreign intelligence agency or Bundesnachrichtendienst, when he claimed Bernie Ecclestone was threatening him. That is the latest bombshell to