JUNE 7, 2013
Ecclestone bribery charge delayed until July
There will be a further delay in the progress with Bernie Ecclestone's bribery charges, the German news agency DPA is reporting.
We reported in mid May that more will be known about the F1 chief executive's German legal troubles in June, such as the court's decision to push ahead with a trial.
But that delay has now been pushed back to July, court spokeswoman Margarete Notzel announced.
She said the further delay is "because of the necessary (German to English) translation work".
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