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The former F1 chief said Russian President Vladimir Putin was a "first-class figure" who had made "mistakes" - after he criticized Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy for "disobeying" the Kremlin.
Bernie Ecclestone saying he would "take a bullet" for Vladimir Putin does not represent the "modern values" of Formula 1, said a spokesman for the motor body. Formula 1 issued a statement after its former chief executive described Putin as "reasonable" and "a first-class person" who "believed he was doing the right thing for Russia".
Speaking to Good Morning Britain this morning on ITV, Ecclestone said: "Unfortunately he is like a lot of business people, certainly like me, that we make mistakes from time to time and when you make a mistake, you have to "Do your best. I can get out of it."
A Formula 1 spokesman said: "The comments made by Bernie Ecclestone are his personal views and are in stark contrast to the position of the modern values of our sport."
The 91-year-old billionaire businessman also criticized Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy for not making enough efforts to contact his Russian rival. Ecclestone said:
"The other person in Ukraine, his profession I understand, has been a comedian - and I think he wants to continue that profession."
"I think if he had thought about things, he would definitely have made a pretty big effort to talk to Putin, who is a reasonable person, and he would have listened to him and maybe he could have done. something about that. "