Mr Ecclestone is accused of making a corrupt payment to a German banker
In 2012, a court sentenced German banker Gerhard Gribkowsky to eight-and-a-half years in prison for taking the alleged payment for organising the sale of a large stake in the sport
Bernie Ecclestone is facing the prospect of another major lawsuit which could threaten his position in Formula One’s driving seat if he loses his current High Court battle, The Independent can disclose.
A burglar who stole jewellery from the £32m home of Petra Ecclestone while posing as a wealthy Russian buyer has been jailed for eight years for a string of similar burglaries at upmarket homes in London and the Home Counties.
Agreement over the deal had been delayed
Driver pledges to remain with Ferrari ‘to the end’ but speculation refuses to die down
There are 21-races on the proposed calender
Historic venue has been seen as bad business by F1 supremo for years but new deal will protect it
German state prosecutors formally indicted the Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone on bribery charges in a development that appeared certain to place a question mark over the 82-year-old’s future as international motor racing’s supremo.
Three pole positions have gone unconverted
Mark Webber's wheel came off in the pit lane
Formula One Management camera crews are to be stationed on the pit wall for future races after a cameraman was injured after being hit by a bouncing wheel in yesterday's German Grand Prix.
A heavy police presence on the streets of Bahrain ensured that pro-democracy protests did not disrupt the country’s controversial Grand Prix today – which activists had argued should not have taken place due to widespread human rights abuses by the ruling monarchy.
Government accused of rounding up troublemakers ahead of lucrative Grand Prix
Still causing controversy, at 83?
F1 supremo refuses to postpone Grand Prix in the face of protests and threats of violence