Bernie Ecclestone has tipped the criminal bribery trial, set to begin in Munich in late April, to end before it even begins.
"Bet you it doesn't happen," the F1 chief executive, in London last Friday for a charity photograph auction called 'Zoom', said.
Until then, despite the fact he has officially stepped down from the sport's board, it is business as usual -- and key ally Christian Horner, the Red Bull team boss, sees challenges ahead for F1 that Ecclestone must tackle.
"Formula one needs him more than ever at the moment," Horner said at the same event.
There was also a friendly needling between the pair, when the charity photograph taken by Horner was revealed to be...
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