Content that his bribery trial is "done and dusted", Bernie Ecclestone is ready to do what he does best "run F1".
After "three and a half years of aggravation" - as he calls it - the 83-year-old's case finally came to an end in Germany on Tuesday when he agreed to pay a $100 million (£60 million) out-of-court settlement.
A Munich district court accepted the deal, but also warned that it doesn't mean there was an admission of guilt and Ecclestone will pay $99 million to the state and $1 million to a children's charity.
The state prosecutor revealed that Ecclestone's advanced age and other circumstances supported the acceptance of a settlement, and the man...
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