F1 accuses FIA president of 'unacceptable' remarks

Por: ESPN Sports January 25, 2023


The owners of Formula One have accused FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem of interfering in the commercial rights of the sport in an unacceptable manner after he commented on the value of F1 on Twitter.In a series of tweets on Tuesday, to a Bloomberg report that Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund (PIF) had considered a bid of $20 billion to buy F1.The FIA president described the figure as an inflated price tag and said it was the duty of... + full article

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