Moves are afoot to see Max Mosley sacked as president of the FIA. Paul Stoddart told the Australian media that he would ask Bernie Ecclestone to convene the first F1 Commission meeting for a year. There, the Minardi owner warned, Mosley could face a 'comprehensive' vote of no confidence, particularly after the six-car Indy debacle.
''There have been repeated calls for a meeting (of the Commission),'' Stoddart was quoted as saying by the Advertiser newspaper in Adelaide. We cannot walk away from the damage that has been done.''