F1 » Ecclestone voted against Briatore ban, Mosley reveals

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September 30, 2009 6:06 PM

What gives Bernie the right to vote, is what I want to know! I didn't think that he was actually part of FIA, is he?

Anyway, atleast the FIA made the right decision this time, maybe it's a turning point for them...I can hope!!! :D

Simon - Unregistered

September 30, 2009 6:07 PM

Really ? , Now THAT is a suprise ! , Surely just because Bernie is in a partnership with him, that wouldnt influence his vote would it now ? , No conflict on interest there then . .

Al - Unregistered

September 30, 2009 7:12 PM

why does BE get a vote...

He is one of the three Members by right on the WMSC.

The Members by right are the President of the International Karting Commission (CIK), the President of the Promotional Entity for the Formula One Championship (i.e Bernie) and the President of the FIA Manufacturers Commission, which may be chaired by either the Chairman of the Manufacturers commission or by the representative of Ferrari SpA - usually Luca I believe.... and I'd love to know, if it was Luca, which way he voted ?

Trevor - Unregistered

October 01, 2009 10:17 AM

I don't like either Bernie or Max and think that not only one of them should go, but both and Formula 1 would be a better place without them both.

But what gives Max the right to disclose what Bernie voted, surely this is private. Just goes to show that Max should never be trusted !!!


October 01, 2009 12:07 PM

trevor. just thinking the same thing. mosley has no right to disclose who voted for what. he doesnt disclose what he voted for, but i guess it was a guilty verdict with a ban. ironic then that he should advise briatore to appeal!!

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