The FIA are said to be in discussions regarding the fate of Max Mosey, according to the BBC. On a day when almost all the F1 manufacturers publicly denounced the actions of Max Mosely, it is looking increasingly likely that the British head will lose his job. Toyota were the first manufacturer to release a statement, quickly followed by the German manufacturers BMW and Mercedes.

F1 personality Paul Stoddart claims that there is no option now but for Mosely to resign from his unpaid position. "Mosley is actually dragging the FIA down into the gutter and until he goes it will have no credibility" said the Australian.

Already we're seeing some pretty heavy off-track drama; is this precedent here to stay in Formula One?


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