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The FIA is closing on a deal for a bigger share of F1's revenue, according to reports

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Rhino

December 05, 2012 2:43 PM
Last Edited 743 days ago

"FIA president Jean Todt had been quoted in October as saying that the governing body had to find revenue from somewhere as it 'cannot be a federation without having any revenue'"

Well they've done alright so far.

Simon - Unregistered

December 05, 2012 5:19 PM

And what do the FIA intend to do with this extra income?
In the way of all bureaucracies I would suggest they will become more fat, bloated, wasteful and irritating

Mr Know it All - Unregistered

December 06, 2012 2:57 AM

well congratulations for this mess must be accredited to Mr Mosley who decided it was a good idea to sell the FIA rights to Bernie for peanuts for 100 years which guaranteed that the FIA would be impoverished without their trophy asset. Then, in another startling display of misjudgement, Mr Mosley then put Mr Todt in power by giving him his full support leading now to the Jean and Nicolas Todt reign of ripping off the sport.
Max, you got the FIA into this mess, come back as the President and put it right, you are possibly the only many capable of doing so. Meantime I will dream on...

hmm - Unregistered

December 06, 2012 10:04 AM

This is just a subset example of how the rest of the planet is run
- a very elite few make vast sums of money, have unlimited power and make the rules up as they go to suit themselves
- all at the expense of the rest of the normal population who struggle to survive

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