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Formula One Racing President Sees Oil Crisis Ahead

FIA president Max Mosley has restated his view that Formula One should move towards a fuel efficiency formula.

Published: 03-Mar-2006

FIA president Max Mosley has restated his view that Formula One should move towards a fuel efficiency formula and expressed his fear that a worldwide fuel shortage could lead to a ban on Formula One racing.

In an interview published in the UK’s Sunday Mirror newspaper Mosley said,

"Some time in the next few years we are almost bound to have a major oil crisis, for political reasons that have nothing to do with Formula One.

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