Posted on October 23, 2009

Max Mosley is no longer the FIA president. Jean Todt has been elected to the role, with a landslide majority and this will mean some major changes in the structure of the body which regulates the F1 world championship. In the end he received almost three times the amount of votes as his rival, Ari Vatanen. Todt had 135 backers, with Vatanen on 49 and there were 12 abstentions. Todt stood on a ticket which emphasized ‘teamwork’ – which is what he was known for as a leader of the Ferrari F1 team during the most successful period in its More…

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