F1 » Mosley: If Flav thinks he's won, he should think again


He may no longer be President of the FIA, but Max Mosley is unwilling to admit defeat in his battle with Flavio Briatore over 'Singapore-gate' - suggesting the Italian's High Court celebrations are somewhat premature...

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richard

January 07, 2010 3:49 PM

oh my god!, mosley still has allusions of power, and wants to continue acting as judge, jury and executioner!. after the court ruling two days ago, surely he sees that HE brought the fia into disrepute, even though that was not hard to do.
the vendetta goes on!

rob01

January 07, 2010 3:55 PM

He said FIA may change rules to make the charge stick. Isn't it FOTA's job to ask for rule changes? Todt should speak up and denounce Max as a credible FIA spokes person. If Todt doesn't handle the matter himself he will look weak or worse yet. A Mosley puppet.

pukka - Unregistered

January 07, 2010 4:00 PM

I think this a bit of crash media etal grandstanding and making much ado about nothing and missing the facts. Flav did something dangerous and evidence supports this claim. He should be sanctioned. The verdict didn't dismiss the offence just that the penalty was too harsh. I think clarity is required to ensure that F1 doesn't fall into further disrepute. Flav's actions certainly do not benefit F1.

Paul Buckland

January 07, 2010 4:06 PM

Max says the credibility of the FIA has been harmed. Yes Max, it has been, and we know who by, too. You make the punishment fit the crime, something I think Max may have been told a few times by some leather clad females, but he has probably not realised that it should apply in real life too, or perhaps the FIA doesn't operate in real life. If Flav broke the rules by cheating, that's fine, but a life ban is completely over the top and smacks of vindictiveness, something that seems to ooze from Max.

Piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

January 07, 2010 4:23 PM

I sometimes wonder, with the unnecessary personal insults in particular about MM (and BE), what sort of empty lives Some Crash posters lead. I PERSONALLY don't like what I see in MM or BE but I think our sport (thanks to BE) and motoring in general (thanks to MM) would be the poorer if they had never been involved. If MM's point is, OK we held a kangaroo court and we've had our knuckles rapped, now we are going to go about it in a right and proper manner, and sanction someone who we believe we can prove is a CHEAT, then I'm 100% with him.

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