F1 » Ecclestone backs Mosley for FIA return


Bernie Ecclestone reveals he would like Max Mosley to return to a role with the FIA

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Taz

October 29, 2010 12:26 PM

Mosley was on that late night politics show on BBC1 last night (this week I think) lecturing on greater rights for freedom of information. Bizarre.

Is this Bernie mischief making or something else ? Max has stated he doesn't want to come back....which usually means he does :rolleyes:

richard

October 29, 2010 1:08 PM

another site, f1sa, goes further with this story. mosley has said that he is NOT planning a comeback!. maybe crash.net is entering the spirit of haloween, and is trying to scare us all?
but i still wouldnt put anything past mosley and eccles cake!

rbr46

October 29, 2010 1:30 PM

autosport also say mosely is not planning a return and says that Todt should be given some time. So far nothing terriable has happened under todt so its clear that bernie just wants his old partner in crime back with him for the sake of it probably because the wise fart knows how unpopular mm is and he is the type of person that likes to get under peoples skin.

KP - Unregistered

October 29, 2010 1:50 PM

The teams might not complain, but I would. Why in this sport do the beauracrats that run the sport get so much press? I have grown so tired of them. Their antics rob the sport of its vitality and I get plenty of politics elsewhere.

GTRacer - Unregistered

October 29, 2010 3:15 PM

We are so well off without Max Mosley. So many of his decisions appeared to have been self serving. When I wrote him years ago suggesting flashing safety lights on the rear of the cars in poor visibility, he responded that I did not understand F1 and he knew best - no lights. Interesting huh? They came out the next year!

Keep him out and let Jean Todt do his job in his own quiet way.

107SS2009

October 29, 2010 5:22 PM

Regardless of what BE and MM are saying the so called plot against JT was for real, it only stopped after the meeting between JT and BE in Korea, this happened because both BE and MM were sure they were going to lose the plot.
JT didn't negate the plot against him, he said it/things was/were exaggerated.
As I have been trying to explain, the whole problem belongs to BE, it's all about money, at the new concord agreement BE will have to fork out “pay the teams” between 25/30 percent more money and his problem this time is he cannot divide and rule using MM as he always did.

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