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Bernie Ecclestone Says He Is Not Planning To Buy Back Formula One
Published July 22, 2014
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NO RUSSIA WORRIES: Meanwhile, Fox Sports' Adam Cooper wrote Ecclestone says "he has no concerns about the Russian GP in the light of" the shooting down of the Malaysia Airways flight in the Ukraine. It is "easy to speculate" that some F1 sponsors -- like Malaysia's Petronas -- might have concerns, considering that it is "closely associated" with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Ecclestone: "I don't see any problems with that. Were they [Russia] in the World Cup or not? You would have thought people would have tried to stop it, wouldn’t you? Like I’ve said, we don’t get involved in politics. We have a contract with them, which we know they will respect. And we will do the same" (FOXSPORTS, 7/21).