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None of us know him personally and,last time I checked,everyone's innocent till proved guilty.So the only way you can judge him is on the job he's done for F1.And even some of his critics struggle to fault him there.
Imagine having to deal with national politicians,local politicians,national federations,circuit owners, sponsors,manufacturers and team owners.Then try to get them all to agree on something AND implement it.Quite frankly,it's a minor miracle anything ever gets done.I think people should be careful what they wish for sometimes.And I fear it's only when he's gone that some people will realise just what a good job he did pushing F1 forward. A scenario that footie fans will recognise as "the Alan Curbishley/Charlton Syndrome"