As a new race to lead F1's governing body kicks off, Gerhard Berger has become the second major figure to question the success of current president Jean Todt's rule.
David Ward, a close former colleague of Max Mosley, has announced his intention to stand against Frenchman Todt in December's election.
Comments by Mosley on Sunday might be interpreted as the battle's opening salvo, when he said Todt was partly to blame for the financial struggle of many F1 teams because he "was never a friend of cost limits".
"Now formula one has a big problem," Mosley told Welt am Sonntag newspaper.
Also asked about F1's financial crisis, and the fact many fans are bemoaning the confusing...
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