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Ecclestone 'heading for $100-million deal' in F1 bribe case

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MUNICH (GERMANY) - Formula One tycoon Bernie Ecclestone is heading for a $100 million settlement to halt his bribery trial in Germany, local media reported at the weekend. 

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone (C) prepares for a trial hearing by his lawyers Sven Thomas (L) and Norbert Scharf at the courthouse in Munich on July 29, 2014

The 83-year-old Briton upped his offer to secure a deal, according to reports which said if it goes ahead it would the biggest of its kind.

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