Red Bull and Mercedes welcomed the return of Bernie Ecclestone to the paddock after the Formula One supremo's legal battle came to an end in Germany.
Ecclestone was only a peripheral figure in F1 since April this year, when his bribery trial started in the Munich High Court.
The 83-year-old earlier this month agreed to make a payment of $100 million (£59 million) in order to bring the matter to an end, even though said payment meant he was found neither innocent nor guilty.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner, who has always been a supporter of Ecclestone, has welcomed the news of his return to full-time duties.
"It's great that Bernie is full time again! Formula One needs Bernie at...
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