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Bernie Ecclestone demands that Russian driver return to F1 in defense of sick Vladimir Putin

Bernie Ecclestonecalled on Russian drivers to return to F1 while launching a show of bizarre support forVladimir Putin. rice field. The former F1 Chief participated in an interview with Good Morning Britten and begged for the resurrection of the banned driver.

Speaking from Ibiza, a 91-year-old said: I don't know if he stopped it. I think it is wrong for Russian athletes, including drivers, to stop participating in sports. They weren't involved in this in the first place and shouldn't be punished.

Ecclestone further commented on Putin's invasion inUkraineand defended him in an amazing way. "I still take bullets for him. Rather it shouldn't hurt, but he still takes bullets," he added. "What he is doing is what he believed was the right thing he was doing forRussia."

Why so much When asked if he would take any action, Eccleston said: Unfortunately, he seems to be a lot of businessmen. Certainly, like me, we sometimes make mistakes. And when you make a mistake, you have to do your best to get out of it.

In another controversial statement, Ecclestone said the war in Ukraine could have been avoided by the actions taken by theVolodymyrZelenskyPresident. Presenter Kate Gallaway said: "I think President Zelensky should have done more to avoid this war in order to understand you clearly. It could have been avoided by Zelensky's actions, not by Putin's changes in behavior. Ecclestone replied "absolutely."

Ecclestone accused Ukrainian President Zelenskyy, saying the war in Ukraine was not "intentional", claiming that Ukraine was able to avoid the conflict.

Bernie Eccleston jumped into the defense of Vladimir Putin in a controversial interview about Good Morning Britain

"And I'm sure if Ukraine wanted to escape properly, I'm sure it could have been done," he insisted. "If it's done properly, I think it means someone else in Ukraine. That is, his profession, as I understand, was once a comedian.

"I think he wants to continue his profession. If he was thinking about things, I'm sure he would have made enough effort to talk to Mr Putin. Wise. He was a good person, he would have heard him, and he probably did something about it. "

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