Reports: F1 issues letter in response to Mohammed Ben Sulayem's 'major overstep' — PlanetF1.com
The FIA and Formula 1 are butting heads again, this time over reports of a rumoured buy-out.
Richards would be a good choice imo. He was with his team @ Dakar Rally Dec 31 - Jan 15.Vultures begin circling…
German media report 'Liberty want to replace Mohammed Ben Sulayem with David Richards' — PlanetF1.comLiberty Media are rumoured to have a preferred option to the current FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem...apple.news
If wishes were horse,.....
Anonymous team boss on FIA president: 'Everyone thinks he's got to go' — PlanetF1.comWhatever happens next, it's "going to be pretty interesting..."apple.news
For preferred subtitle Language YouTube ( CC ) Subtitle Language ChoicesThere is no doubt in my mind if F1 is being sold for Billions of Dollars, over the price that Liberty paid for it, that the
sanctioning fees , and of course the ticket prices to attend a F1 race, will go up accordingly. (Look at Las Vegas
prices under Liberty ownership for this years race) Mohammed Ben Sulayem is correct in pointing this out, even if
F1 does not like it...
+ 1, I am a fan. There can be less that a handful of fellow motor sport journalists, who have visited more F1 races than Michael Schmidt. Auto motor und sport has started one or two (German and English) youtube channels besides Formel Schmidt. I have been a reader of ams & sportauto for more than 50 years, and spent a small fortune on airmail, to get them in W-Africa and Iran. With everything available at their fingertips, its so much easier to follow the sport, but some of the me generation fans might still complain about the video quality they are watching for free.Michael Schmidt certainly knows his business....Excellent and clear explanations.