Mercedes could quit F1 over Ecclestone bribe scandal 3 June, 2013 Bernie Ecclestone with Gerhard Gribkowsky, Mercedes is not denying that they may pull out of Formula One over the Bernie Ecclestone corruption scandal. DPA news agency reports that, when negotiating its new Concorde Agreement terms with Ecclestone, Mercedes parent Daimler inserted an exit clause relating to corruption. F1 chief executive Ecclestone is expected to face bribery charges by Munich prosecutors over his $44 million payment to jailed former banker Gerhard Gribkowsky. Christine Hohmann-Dennhardt, a member of Daimler’s board of management for integrity and legal affairs, confirmed the existence of the F1 contract clause. “We would utilise the contract terms when it is necessary,” she is quoted as saying. Subbed by AJN. (GMM) Tweet Related NewsRoberg and Hamilton welcome FIA radio clampdownHamilton versus Rosberg is a F1 legend in the makingTeenager Wehrlein appointed Mercedes F1 reserveMercedes preview Singapore Grand Prix weekendMercedes to tweak eighth gear ratio for SingaporeWolff concerned about pit to driver radio crackdownHamilton says Pirelli tyres were too good at MonzaWolff: Pressure on Nico at Monza was too bigNico versus Lewis Monza escapades still a hot topicHamilton: I don’t like it when they boo Nico Please do quit Mercedes, but Mercedes word is not worth anything! Mercedes acts all high and mighty but they are caught up in a cheating scandal of their own right now. Mercedes words are no longer credible. They have been saying this for a year now and look at them, still here and now caught cheating in the worst of ways no less. Please leave Formula One Mercedes.