F1 » Mosley: An Alonso title in 2010 could 'devalue' F1

Having so often been accused of unfairly favouring Ferrari during his reign as FIA President, Max Mosley now contends that should the Hockenheim team orders row result in Fernando Alonso clinching the F1 2010 crown, it would 'devalue' the sport

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jimmy - Unregistered

October 29, 2010 12:41 PM

What an utter bullshit! On the other hand, I wholeheartedly wish the title to Mark Webber, it would be a load of justice in the face of Horner & co.

Just a Fan - Unregistered

October 29, 2010 12:56 PM

And yet it happened all the time when he had control of the sport!?! I don't remember him complaining about before... maybe he's getting a bit senile!?!

I think this is a swipe at the Ferrari top brass.
He can't help "wiping" out the past conflicts can he??
For shame on you Mr Mosley... For shame!!!

I hear the old peoples home calling you old man...

djnr - Unregistered

October 29, 2010 1:03 PM

it would add value! Hockenheim simply outlines the HUNGER he has to win. He out practises, qualifies & races massa & was presumed & paid as the Nb 1 driver. Dont read into the rules too much. If ferrari & FA win a title in 2010 its deserved.

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