F1 Wants The FIA President Fired, And A Successor Has Been Selected

The FIA president has worn out F1's welcome, and the team is now attempting to get rid of him.

According to Sport1, Mohammad Ben Sulayem's status as the FIA president is in jeopardy due to the power battle between F1 and the FIA.

This year, the tension, which had been escalating for some time, reached a completely new level.

The FIA president's relationship with Andretti Autosport and the organization's aspirations to enter the sport

which have been resisted by the teams and Formula One Management—was the beginning of everything.

Heavy criticism was leveled at the implementation of a rule that forbids drivers from making political remarks throughout the course of a race weekend.

The FIA president's social media statements addressing the speculation that F1 may be sold for $20 billion appear to be the clincher.

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