Jean Todt will face the FIA's ethics committee in Paris on Friday, forced to defend himself against allegations that he has broken the organisation's rules.
According to Todt's rival in this year's election, David Ward, the Frenchman has committed a "serious breach of the FIA laws" in the run-in to election.
Ward claims that Todt's use of formal letters of support are "like an illegal practice or a jump start" and that they have given him an "unfair advantage."
Kevin Eason at The Times reports that 'a key focus of the ethics inquiry will be a letter sent from a powerful bloc of delegates in South America in March this year pledging their support for Todt after...
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