Formula 1 Driver Sutil Convicted Over Nightclub Fracas, BBC Says

Formula One driver Adrian Sutil was given a suspended 18-month prison sentence and fined 200,000 euros ($264,000) by a Munich court for causing grievous bodily harm to an executive on another team, the BBC reported.

The 29-year-old German, then a driver with Force India, had apologized after wounding Renault team executive Eric Lux in a Shanghai nightclub in April last year, the BBC said.

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