And to Mosleygate now …

If anyone thought this year will be without controversy in F1, well it was not to be. Only 2 weeks into the season and the new “gate” is on horizon. And it involves none other than Max Mosley himself.

The British paper The News Of The World ran this story yesterday. If the link does not work, then a video from the story is on YouTube and attracted well over 100,000 view in few hours only … No wonder …

Some European papers picked up the story (like Gazetta dello Sport in Italy), but not even a mention yet on any major Formula 1 websites. It looks like everybody is waiting what Max Mosley has to say … The F1 Forums however have been flooded with the Mosley discussions for whole Sunday …

Update: There is an article in Times Online available now, click here

It is hard to tell from the photos and video if the man described as Max Mosley is really Max Mosley. But the silence from him and from all F1 sites may suggest that he may be. If the story was a total fabrication I would expect Mosley to deny it right away and strongly.

So what now ? Will he resign ? Should he ? Will he be forced to ? Or will this just go away ?

Here are few links to other blogs reporting on this story:

Times Online Formula One Blog
F1Fanatic
BlogF1

4 Comments Post a Comment
  1. F1WolfNo Gravatar says:

    OK, by now most of the mainstream F1 portals run the story, mostly along the lines “No comment from FIA over Mosley scandal” …

  2. [...] on to my second point. Yesterday I, and other bloggers (e.g. F1Fanatic, BlogF1, F1Wolf), mentioned the fact that the mainstream F1 websites had ignored the [...]

  3. kaushalNo Gravatar says:

    max is not leaving F1.. i hope we blogger’s and newspapers can put some pressur on FIA

    kaushal’s last blog post..F1 chief caught in act

  4. F1WolfNo Gravatar says:

    now it looks the biggest pressure comes from several F1 people, see:

    http://www.f1wolf.com/2008/04/some-more-on-max-mosley.html

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