Ecclestone close to beating bribery rap

Ecclestone sounds confident

In London, Kevin Eason wrote Ecclestone "insisted that Formula One's reputation was undamaged" after a fourth day of testimony before England's High Court.

The F1 CEO left court "in high spirits," off to the U.S. for Sunday's Grand Prix in Texas, and "claiming that good had come from the airing of evidence."

Ecclestone: "It's good because a lot of facts have come out of it." LONDON TIMES

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