FIA presidential race starting to get serious and ugly 23 September, 2013 The race to become the next FIA president is hotting up, as candidates square up to one another and the mud slinging begins.
David Ward, a former colleague of ex-president Max Mosley, has already announced he intends to take on incumbent Jean Todt in the December election.
The bitter rowing has now begun. According to the Telegraph, Ward has accused Frenchman Todt of coercing Latin American clubs to support him.
Uruguayan Jorge Tomasi hit back in a letter to Briton Ward: 'You have been misinformed, it is offensive for the participants, putting into question either their behaviour or personality.'
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