Mosley's rallying cry will amuse teams

Mosley's rallying cry will amuse teams

Max Mosley has called for teams to rip up their current contracts with FOM and start again to save F1. DIETER RENCKEN finds it odd to hear such a call coming from the FIA's former leader

One of the most bemusing (if not downright amusing) developments of the past week were comments made to press agencies by Max Mosley - the former FIA president and long-standing friend of Formula One Management CEO Bernie Ecclestone.

Formula 1 was, said Bernie's mate of over 30 years, standing on the verge of "collapse" unless the various bilateral contracts that bind the teams to FOM - and thus the sport - are dismantled and the billion-dollar annual revenues shared more equitably among the teams.

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