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

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

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January 08, 2010 1:20 PM

Perhaps Max Mosley should consider that the reason for the court decision is that the procedure implemented by him was contrary to the laws of natural justice. His position became untenable as a result of his immorality in various forms and shouting from the sidelines only appears to bolster Flav's claim that the action brought by the FIA was flawed due to the personal vindicteveness harboured by Mosley. That Flav has been allowed to slither out of this is a disgrace, the fault of which falls firmly, to my mind, at Mosleys door. I hope that the media soon realise that F1 fans are glad to see the back of Mosley and stop allowing him a platform for his self-serving prattle.

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