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Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Ben Tusting, Sep 24, 2009.
Awww bless, Flavio's not talking to him. lol.
Bottom line is he is still insisting he had nothing to do with it. If he'd acknowledged his involvement and apologised, like Symonds, he'd have a much lighter penalty. I think he will get it reduced on appeal though, especially if Bernie has anything to do with it.
if he appeals, they should ban briatore and all his descendants....
we dont need to say that they are close friends...
Ecclestone will be angling for some kind of punishment that does not equal a ban from the sport as the English FA don't allow club owners who have been banned from another sport.