German Motoring Body asks Max Mosley to reconsider his role 

Written by David on April 04th, 2008 at 3:10 pmLast Update: April 04th, 2008 at 3:10 pm

Max Mosley, FIA PresidentIt has been reported earlier this morning that Germany’s national motoring body, the ADAC, has asked through a letter to FIA’s President Max Mosley, to reconsider his role following the sex scandal. ADAC issued the following statement: “In a letter to FIA president Max Mosley, the ADAC has distanced itself from events surrounding his person.

“According to the ADAC, the role of an FIA president who represents more than 100 million motorists worldwide should not be burdened by such an affair. Therefore, we ask the president to ‘very carefully reconsider his role within the organisation’”.

“According to the ADAC, the appropriate FIA process has to take care of the matter. It is in the interests of this world organisation to carry on with its duties without the burden of this affair.”

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