Ecclestone keen to prove his innocence at German bribery trial in April 16 January, 2014 Bernie Ecclestone in the dock again Bernie Ecclestone will stand trial on bribery charges in Munich, according to a statement from a German court, and the Formula 1 supremo is keen to prove his innocence. “Under current planning, the main trial should start in late April,” the Munich court said in a statement on Thursday. Ecclestone, 83, was charged in July with bribing a German banker to smooth the sale of a stake in the motor racing business to private equity firm CVC eight years ago. Ecclestone has denied wrongdoing and told Handelsblatt that he will fight to clear his name, “I’m sure there will be (a trial). There are already charges.” Bernie Ecclestone on the Monza grid with his daughters Petra and Tamara and Gerhard Gribkowsky (left) “I would (appear), probably because I have no choice, but I like Munich, it’s a beautiful city,” Ecclestone quipped. “It’s really too early to think about it.” “With the Constantin testimony I was out of the office for four days, but I could still work in the late afternoon and evening.” Ecclestone said he could have “easily” settled that lawsuit, and he also ruled out settling with BayernLB in a forthcoming action. “But that would be wrong,” he said, “because I have not done anything wrong. My concern is to prove my innocence.” (GMM-Reuters) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsMontezemolo: F1 results do not impact on car salesWilliams: We pushed the reset button, now we want more titlesProdromou: It’s fantastic to return to McLarenWolff concerned about pit to driver radio crackdownLauda surprised by Montezemolo departureAlonso camp say Montezemolo exit changes nothingHorner backs team radio clampdown by FIAMarchionne: We have a power unit problemFerrari View: Montezemolo shook everyone’s handBrawn: No discussions with Ferrari but never say never Urko ..”but I like Munich, it’s a beautiful city,”.. Ohhh, I don’t doubt that, but just wait until u see their interior…it’s pure heaven;)) Hawk could that be someone peeping from a jail cage?