If you were looking for political mudslinging beyond the current American Political Machine in Washington, then the FIA presidential campaign might be your kind of topic. The incumbent, Jean Todt, has just received a frontal assault by challenger, David Ward.
Things are beginning to heat up over at the FIA as the BBC’s Andrew Benson reveals this week. According to Ward, he has serious concerns over the leadership of the FIA and told the BBC:
'The reasons I'm running is I can see failures going on in terms of governance that I think are quite serious.'
One of the key points Ward makes in his interview is that the Bahrain Grand Prix should never have happened in 2012. In fact, Ward says he...
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