Max Mosley, FIA president and privacy campaigner, dies aged 81 – video obituary

Max Mosley, the former Formula One president, has died at the age of 81. Mosley, who began his career in motor racing as an amateur driver, was an outspoken president of the FIA, the sport’s governing body. After 2008, when stories about his sex life appeared in the British press, along with unfounded allegations regarding Nazi connotations, he became a high-profile campaigner for strict press controls

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