Bernie Ecclestone is expected to put the corruption scandal behind him on Tuesday and return full-time to formula one.
The sport's chief executive has been caught up in a German court trial in the opening half of most weeks recently as he fends off accusations he bribed Gerhard Gribkowsky.
A conviction would have ended his F1 reign and could also have seen him jailed, but he appears to have agreed a $100 million settlement with the Munich authorities that will see all charges forever dropped.
Germany's Die Welt newspaper calls it a "second-class acquittal", but it should be enough to satisfy F1 owner CVC's Donald Mackenzie, and F1 stakeholders like Daimler who operate under strict...
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