Much like IndyCar, Formula One has also threatened to split multiple times, but for one crucial moment - ahead of it American counterpart - it did go separate ways for a few races. This is the story of the F1 series that never was.
It's been a while since we've heard from Max Mosley, the former FIA head whose sex habits (read: punishment-themed orgies) became public news. Surprisingly, there are people out there who keep Googling said photos and Mosley has successfully convinced a French judge to force the search engine to yank all the photos.
When motorsports president Max Mosley was caught in a sadomasochistic orgy by a British tabloid, we assumed it was his end. Far from it. Riding high on a court victory he's pushing reforms in Europe that will clamp-down on the free press.
In a letter today to membership, embattled FIA chief and reported sex freak Max Mosley has confirmed he will not stand for re-election when his term as president of motorsport's governing body ends in October. Full letter below.
The bough has apparently broken: as we head into what are perhaps the last hours of Formula One as we know it, the teams and the FIA have yet to reach a compromise.
If Max Mosley gets his way with F1 budget caps, this is what next season’s Brawn may look like. And as for the 2010 Ferrari, look below.
A scan of the now-infamous Bernie Ecclestone Max Mosley Whipping Christmas Card has hit the web and it's worse than we could have predicted. Also, team Toyota appears to be enjoying it. [F1Fanatic]
With Max Mosley pushing a one-engine-for-all agenda as a cost-saving measure for Formula One teams, Ferrari has threatened to get out of the F1 business entirely. Ferrari believes that, after more than 50 years of consecutive commitment to the racing series, it would be better served looking elsewhere for race wins if…
FIA president Max Mosley, having put all that Nazi fetish prostitution scandal business behind him, is back promoting his cost-cutting spec engine plan for Formula One. Mosley appears convinced that F1 must develop technologies that can make their way to everyday cars in order to remain relevant — technologies like …
Though the Germans turned out in droves yesterday to see Barack Obama speak, the company has banned a few videos put together by our friends at Fast Lane Daily that pointed out Max Mosley's Sex-capades. Ze Germans representing Mosley, stereotypically humorless, banned FLD, despite the fact that the video, seen here,…