The death of Max Mosley, the most famous president of the FIA
The famous and controversial British lawyer Max Mosley, or Moseley, as some call him, the former president of the International Automobile Federation FIA, died yesterday at the age of 81 after a long-term struggle with cancer.
Max Mosley was born in London in 1940, the son of Oswald Mosley, who in 1932 founded the British Party of Fascists, and his mother, Diana Mitford, remained until her death in 2003, a fervent admirer of the Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, the secret invitee to their wedding at Joseph Goebbels in 1936.
And Max Mosley, or Moseley, is the most famous president to come to the FIA, and he is more controversial, but he was also an influential figure in the Formula 1 World Championship.
But in 2009, the famous lawyer, Max Mosley, was sacked over a sexual scandal, which has been dubbed in the media a "sick Nazi orgy." But before talking about it, we must confirm that Max Mosley and Bernie Ecclestone were the ones who converted the Formula 1 race from a competitive championship. Stumbling into a machine that generates billions of cash and revenue.
In 2008, the "News of the World" newspaper revealed a video of a sado-masochistic session between Moseley and five German-speaking prostitutes. Some of them wore striped prisoner clothes, and some of them were the uniforms of the German air force, and this accident came at the height of Iron Fist in Formula 1.
Fans of the volamula races did not like the pictures, and he won the lawsuit against the "News of the World" newspaper after the latter published a video tape of his involvement in a sadistic sexual session, and the newspaper described what happened as a "sick Nazi orgy". However, the court did not find No evidence of these allegations
In 2008, it sentenced the newspaper to a fine of 76 thousand euros as compensation for insulting the reputation of Mosley, considering that the leaked video was not justified towards the general public, but he had to be removed from this position after that.