Bernie Ecclestone is set to return to Munich as his bribery trial resumes.
The F1 chief executive will be back in court on Friday, with the German news agency DPA reporting that prosecutors will call their first witnesses.
The report said the first witness will be former public prosecutor Hildegard Baumler-Hosl, whose dealings with Ecclestone relating to the Gerhard Gribkowsky corruption affair date back several years.
It is believed the prosecution will focus on whether Ecclestone's statements about the disputed $44 million in payments to Gribkowsky were consistent over the years.
The stakes are high. Many believe Ecclestone's position as chief executive is already untenable, but his reign...
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