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Todt supporter accused of financial impropriety

Surinder Thatthi, a leading supporter of Jean Todt has been accused by the Kenya Motor Sport Federation (KMSF) of serious financial impropriety. In July Thatthi was suspended from the KMSF for twelve months. The KMSF has alleged that the 55-year-old former organiser of the classic Safari Rally had failed to refund money owed by Thatthi to the Federation. The Kenyan ASN informed the FIA of Thatthi's suspension and forwarded the details of the alleged financial impropriety under confidential cover to the FIA Deputy President Graham Stoker.Despite the KMSF action's Jean Todt has again invited Thatthi to serve on his election list as Vice President for Sport for Africa. Thatthi, who is a...
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