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'FIA president Ben Sulayem again accused of sexism and bullying'

Current FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has once again been accused of sexism and bullying. The controversial president is under increasing pressure as there are new allegations, according to Telegraph Sport. Article continues under ad Earlier this year, the FIA president was also under pressure over sexist comments he had made about women. Among other things, he said that "women could not be smarter than men". New allegations Telegraph Sport now reports that a long-time FIA employee, Shaila-Ann Rao, had sent a high-profile letter to the organisation just before her abrupt departure in December last year. In the letter, the former interim secretary general claimed that there...
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