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Ben Sulayem: I didn't get rid of Masi, we might use him

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem continues to lay down the law as he reasserts the Formula 1 governing body's authority in the wake of his take over of the organisation in December last year, stating that Michael Masi is still very much part of the organisation. In an interview with Sportsmail, Ben Sulayem revealed that former F1 Race Director Michael Masi remains on the FIA payroll and could be redeployed at any time should the need arise. Masi of course the ‘referee' that got it wrong in the final moments of that unforgettable Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, and was subsequently vilified vehemently by Mercedes and their boss Toto Wolff, before a social media frenzy went on to further kick...
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