Posted on April 1, 2011

The FIA will not be appointing an F1 Commissioner, Jean Todt said today. At the time of his election as FIA president in Autumn 2009, the Frenchman promised the introduction of a commissioner to represent the FIA at Grands Prix and oversee F1 on a day to day basis. This led to speculation as to who the ideal candidate to fill this powerful new role might be, with various names bandied about, including Gerhard Berger. But 15 months into his tenure as president Todt has decided that an F1 commissioner is not needed, “I had a superficial understanding about the More…

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