But the judge found that Ecclestone had made a 'corrupt' deal and he had been not 'reliable or truthful' during the case in
The report mentioned that the decision was seen as one that could have effectively brought about the end of one of the most powerful tenures in the history of motorsport - or sport generally.
The question now is whether this will have an impact on a criminal case in
Ecclestone is the chief executive of F1, and has ruled the sport for almost four decades, the report added. (ANI)
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