Schumi pal in the dock

Jurgen Dilk, the man who funded much of the early career of Michael Schumacher and has been head of the official Schumacher fan club, has been found guilty of tax evasion and given a one-year suspended jail sentence and a fine of $36,000. He will also have to pay the $177,000 he owes to the German tax authorities. Dilk managed Schumacher's career before Willi Weber took over.

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Stories:: DECEMBER 13, 2005
SCHUMI PAL IN THE DOCK