F1 » Briatore: Mosley being 'provocative' just to stay in news

Disgraced ex-Renault F1 managing director Flavio Briatore responds to former FIA President Max Mosley's claim that he was given a fair hearing by the WMSC over the 'Singapore-gate' race-fixing scandal - with a personal attack of his own

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Paddockman - Unregistered

December 19, 2009 4:19 PM

Interesting that Flav does not deny he ordered NP to crash. Presumably he hopes the Paris court will say what he and Symonds did was perfectly alright.
That seems unlikely.

Personally, I think this topic has become boring.


December 19, 2009 5:19 PM

If only Flav' and FOTA had stood their ground, F1 could have been enjoying an exiting dynamic new era. not the same boring old farts talking about themselves or rules. I can't speak about F1(outside forums)without someone saying it's a 'sham/joke'. Nuff' respec' to the Dennis posse who tried more than once to oust the vermin :p :p

Billy the fish - Unregistered

December 20, 2009 1:30 AM

Does Flav has a recording of that conversation. I guess he is more interested in being allowed to manage F1 drivers again- thats his bread and butter.
Max has to be very careful with his response.. sometimes the more you say the more you are open to attack. Personally I am very happy that Flav is gone- the 1994 season proves what a cheat he was - without anillegal car, fuel rig, software..we might still have Senna, but thats another story.

Paddockman - Unregistered

December 20, 2009 11:53 AM

F1natic: how can you "respect" the "Dennis posse" when they were shown to have lied, fined $100 million and did not appeal?

rob01: Does cheating and putting drivers lives at risk become OK after a year?

Mark: if the FIA had questioned NP as soon as it got wind of what had happened he would have denied it (he was still with the team) and Flav would have organised a McLaren style "investigation" to prove nothing had been done.

We need to spend some time in the real world where people do not always immediately admit wrong doing. Flav and Symonds were only exposed thanks to NP turning whistle-blower.

It's OK to hate the FIA, but please try to be objective.

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