Leading formula one team bosses at Monza suggested they would support Jean Todt if he seeks a second term as FIA president.
Todt's rival in the governing body's forthcoming elections is David Ward, who on Friday released a manifesto outlining his intention to improve the "effectiveness and accountability" of the FIA.
But Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali, who succeeded Todt at the helm of the Maranello based team, insisted "stability and continuity" is crucial.
"It's one of the things that we are always missing," said the Italian.
Domenicali's McLaren counterpart Martin Whitmarsh also sounded supportive of Todt's continuing rule, even though the Frenchman is...
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