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Ecclestone speaks up for Putin: 'Would take a bullet for him'

Bernie Ecclestone causes a stir with his statement during Good Morning Britain. The former F1 boss says he would still take a bullet for Vladimir Putin. Formula 1 very quickly distanced itself from this statement. Article continues under ad Putin is defended Ecclestone has been known for his remarkable statements for years. He has often spoken up for Putin in the past, but now that the Russian leader is being ruled out by everyone and everything because of his war with Ukraine, you might expect a different comment from Ecclestone than the one he made on the British programme on Thursday morning. Read more F1 management finds apology inadequate and expels Piquet from the paddock'. WTF...
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