F1 » Schumacher's ex-manager Weber narrowly avoids jail term


Michael Schumacher's former manager and Nico Hülkenberg's current manager Willi Weber has been sentenced to two years' probation by a German court in Stuttgart for embezzlement

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Oli - Unregistered

August 06, 2010 12:40 PM

Seems strange and needless. I can't imagine Herr Weber is short of a bob or two, having negotiated hundreds of millions of dollars for MS over the last 20 years.

Ah well, at least a charity gained some funds from it.

Oli

Oli - Unregistered

August 06, 2010 12:45 PM

@schumi's no 1 fan

Yeah, he must have known about it, Schumacher was the brains behind it bla bla bla. He was also responsible for the recession, the sinking of the titanic and the dodgy beer at the Green Man down the road.

Bet no one mentions Nico's name, which is right, as neither of them had anything to do with it, but I merely mention it because people are able to jump on bandwagon with Schu that they don't do for anyone else.

But we all know some people are stupid and will jump to conclusions. Come on then peeps, bring on the Schumacher abuse!

Oli

Dangerous Dave - Unregistered

August 06, 2010 12:48 PM

Whatever the reasons , this is outside of the remit of F1 topics , I am sure that there are many other people "at it" both inside and outside motorsport - nice to see a charity gain from it though :)

The Intellect - Unregistered

August 06, 2010 12:55 PM

"but in 2008 ago the flamboyant businessman was sentenced....."

Crash.net! another typo. FFS, when I log back on I expect the mistake to be fixed.

:rolleyes: This is the 4th time ive had to correct crash.net!!

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