Canada / New Zealand Call For Mosley’s Resignation

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While Max Mosley has stated he has received FIA Member organization support it seems that there is more of a mounting list of organizations denouncing Mr. Mosley and calling for his resignation.

The latest to comment publicly is the Canadian Automobile Association. In a statement by spokeperson Leanne Maidment, the CAA has asked for Mr. Mosley’s resignation:

Leanne Maidment, their director of communications.

“The recent events involving the leadership of the FIA have been distressing and it is CAA’s position that the best resolution to this situation would be for Mr Mosley to step down.

“CAA’s relationship with the FIA has been one we value tremendously, but we are extremely disturbed by recent media reports and the implications that this may have on CAA and other FIA members”.

The New Zealand Automobile Association haws also followed suit. With America, Germany, Holland, Israel and Austria all calling for Mosley’s resignation or reconsideration, I am wondering just who among the FIA members Max is referring to as his support in this matter?

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Grace
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Is it wrong to stop covering hookergate just because I’m running out of little pictures of max?

Negative Camber
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LOL. That’s funny.

Lucas S.
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Lucas S.

No.

Lucas S.

onthepodium
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onthepodium

max finds an ally in the UAE. that probably takes some by surprise:

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/11042008/58/mosley-gets-uae-backing.html

and just to throw some comments from the other side of the argument into the mix:

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/formula_1/article3690083.ece

Negative Camber
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With all due respect, the UAE is wrong. I appreciate their appreciation for what MAx has done for the sport but what he is doing to the FIA now is the issue at hand. No one forgets what Max did to F1 and many do not like it. So it is not as if Max had 100% approval ratings before dragging the FIA into the mud. Sorry, I do appreciate your trying to support Max but in the end, Max needs to step down.

BobHereYo
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BobHereYo

Let’s remember where the UAE is coming from, they wanted GP’s in the Middle East and now they have go them and no doubt through a lot of hard work from Max Mosley and the FIA. I think there loyalty is based on the fact that they may feel they owe Max something.

Paul
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The antipodeans may be upside down but they have their heads screwed on the right way.