Schumacher manager Willi Weber accepts public apology

Grand Prix ace Michael Schumacher’s manager, Willi Weber, has accepted a public apology at London’s High Court and “substantial” but undisclosed libel damages, to be paid to a charity of his choice.

This was in respect of an article published in Business F1 in April 2005 headed: “The Trouble With Being Willi Weber”.

Editor Tom Rubython, who was also sued, told the judge: “On behalf of both defendants, we accept all that has been said by the solicitor for the claimant and we apologise.”

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