Reports of Toyota F1's demise may prove to have been exaggerated as the latest rumors from the racing world suggest that the Japanese automaker is in discussions with a Serbian outfit about taking over the Cologne-based racing team.
The case file on Stefan Eriksson just keeps growing longer and longer. The failed video-game executive crashed (and completely destroyed) a Ferrari Enzo on February 21. Totaling an Enzo is enough to put him in our bad books, but Eriksson just keeps on digging deeper into trouble.
So you're Stefan Eriksson and you're being charged with three counts of embezzlement, three counts of grand theft auto and illegal gun possession. You've destroyed a Ferrari Enzo, one of the greatest exotic supercars of all time, and blamed it on your imaginary German friend, Dietrich. Oh, and you're also responsible for the Gizmondo, which itself is a crime in some countries. You find yourself in L.A. Superior Court on Monday and the prosecutor offers you a plea deal of two years and four month
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