F1 » Mosley: My F1 days are finished – wouldn't be right to return

Former FIA President Max Mosley has insisted it 'wouldn't be right' for him to return to F1 now - as he stresses his successor Jean Todt 'must be given a chance to run [the governing body] in his own way'

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P1 - Unregistered

October 30, 2010 12:45 PM

Correct, and the sport doesn't want you back, the fans don't want you back, we don't even want to hear from you, you vile little creature, just leave us alone, we don't care, your foul legacy has left a stain on the world, one which can not be scrubbed away, you ruined sportsmanship, Todt is doing an excellent job, keep your fingers and nose out of the pie.


October 30, 2010 1:40 PM

So why are MrM and his cronies getting worried about Jean Todts plans to shift more power to the FIA from the senate?

If MrM really means what he says, he will leave his self appointed position on the FIA Senate.

Paddockman - Unregistered

October 30, 2010 5:01 PM

Some of us can't help wondering if the Crashnet posters who go into hysterics every time MM's name is mentioned have an axe to grind.

Could they perhaps have a connection to the McLaren people who twice went to the FIA World Council and said only Coughlan knew about the Ferrari IP, then had to confess and apologise when devastating evidence was found among the McLaren emails?

Or the crashgate group? Or the team with the dodgy fuel tank? Or any of the others he caught?

It's understandable that these people are upset but genuine fans appreciate the racing we are seeing this season which, as Coulthard said recently, is down to Max. And it good to see drivers walk away even from big accidents, also largely down to M.

We won't know about Todt until he's been there a bit longer, oh, and don't forget it was Max who backed him - to furious opposition from the M haters.

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