F1 » Piquet 'upset' Max didn't invite him to party.


Under-fire FIA President continues to stand firm as Brazilian former three-time champion leaps to his defence - in his own inimitable way...


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Lexington Steel

April 28, 2008 7:35 PM

I don't care what MM does in his spare time but when it has a direct impact on F1 you have to take notice.

sponsors do not want to be associated with the Nazi connotations he enacted during his session with the 'ladies' and if they decide to leave the sport F1 will suffer.

I think that's why he has to go, not because of how he chose to spent his spare time but because of the impact on the sport. Most people on this forum want F1 to prosper and flourish so I think the majority will say he has to go for the good of the sport whatever you think about his antics.

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