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Monday, December 21, 2009

QPR Update: Bernie Ecclestone's Sense of Humour...Stewart Suspended

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- Arrested for Illegally Broadcasting Premier League Games

Briatore to sink yacht in Bernie's Christmas card - Motorsport.com/GMM

-Ecclestone Card

- Bernie Ecclestone's mischievous sense of humour has returned yet again in the latest edition of his personalised annual Christmas card.
- In 2007, the F1 chief executive poked fun at the McLaren-Ferrari spy scandal, depicting a nervous Ron Dennis being handed a gift-wrapped present by former chief designer Mike Coughlan.
- Last year, at the end of the Max Mosley sex scandal, the cartoon showed the former FIA president whipping team principals, while a pitwall monitor depicted a woman in fishnet stockings and high heels.
- The 2009 edition depicts Mosley, BMW's Mario Theissen and Toyota's John Howett setting sail in a yacht, while the other team bosses happily wave farewell from the harbour.
- In an approaching dinghy bearing a pirate's flag, however, the banned Flavio Briatore is seen pointing a rocket-launcher at the yacht, while several sharks circle.
- In the distance is 79-year-old Ecclestone, sitting in a lifeguard's station with a Baywatch-style floatation device at the ready. Motorsports

- Damion Stewart will serve a one match suspension after picking up his fifth booking of the season against Sheffield United on Saturday.
- The Jamaican defender will now miss the R's Boxing Day clash against Bristol City at Loftus Road. QPR

- QPR vs Sheffield United Match Reports and Managerial Comments

- Next: Bristol City at Loftus Road on Boxing Day

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