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Scandal shuts down British tabloidupdated: Fri Jul 08 2011 09:59:00

CNN's Jonathan Mann reports on the phone hacking scandal surrounding British tabloid "News of the World."

Why we'll miss the 'Screws'updated: Fri Jul 08 2011 09:18:00

Not even tabloid journalism's most eager apologist could defend the illegal interception of voicemails left on the phones of a missing schoolgirl, the families of war heroes and as many as 4,000 celebrities, politicians and innocent bystanders caught in the cross-fire of everyday news.

Mosley adamant rescheduled Bahrain Grand Prix will not go aheadupdated: Wed Jun 08 2011 07:51:00

Former motorsport chief Max Mosley is adamant the re-instated Bahrain Grand Prix will not go ahead because Formula One's 12 teams are unlikely to ratify the decision.

Mosley: F1 Bahrain decision wrongupdated: Wed Jun 08 2011 07:51:00

FIA former head Max Mosley says he expects the World Motor Sport Council to reverse its decision to race in Bahrain.

Victim of false tabloid 'orgy' story loses Europe caseupdated: Tue May 10 2011 07:22:00

Newspapers do not have to warn people that they are going to publish details about their private lives before going to press, the European Court of Human Rights ruled Tuesday, rejecting a complaint by former Formula 1 motor racing boss Max Mosley.

F1 legend Stewart slams 'part-time amateurs'updated: Fri Jul 24 2009 15:07:00

Formula One legend Jackie Stewart says motorsport should not be run by "part-time amateurs" and has called for sweeping changes at the top of the world governing body.

Formula One reach agreement over 2010updated: Wed Jun 24 2009 09:23:00

Max Mosley, the president of motorsport's world governing body the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), has said there "will be a unified Formula One championship in 2010."

Mosley says deal close in F1 breakaway rowupdated: Sun Jun 21 2009 10:49:00

Max Mosley claims a deal is "very close" to end the damaging row which could see a breakaway Formula One series next season.

Ferrari to boycott 2010 F1updated: Sun Jun 21 2009 10:49:00

Ferrari says it will not enter the 2010 F1 Championship. MotorSport Magazine's Ed Foster talks about the controversy.

Ferrari await court verdict in F1 disputeupdated: Tue May 19 2009 14:07:00

Ferrari will learn on Wednesday whether they have been successful in obtaining an injunction against the FIA and their decision to introduce a budget cap into Formula One next season.

Ferrari seek court injunction over F1 rulesupdated: Fri May 15 2009 13:07:00

Ferrari have applied to a French court for an injunction against the proposed changes in Formula One, according to FIA president Max Mosley.

F1 2008: Winners and losersupdated: Tue Jan 06 2009 10:17:00

In taking the Formula One world championship, Lewis Hamilton was the ultimate winner of 2008.

Honda blames global crisis for F1 withdrawalupdated: Fri Dec 05 2008 12:06:00

Honda have confirmed they are pulling out of Formula One, unless a buyer for the team can be found by the end of the month, blaming the global financial crisis for their decision.

Honda leaving expensive sportupdated: Fri Dec 05 2008 12:06:00

Honda announces it will be pulling out of Formula One at the end of the year due to the economy.

Can F1 survive the global economic crisis?updated: Fri Dec 05 2008 12:03:00

The news that Honda is withdrawing from Formula One has come as a shock, as lead driver Jenson Button has acknowledged.

Football, golf, F1 feeling financial squeezeupdated: Fri Oct 10 2008 11:53:00

They are globally recognized organizations whose top performers take home multimillion-dollar paychecks and whose results are followed and agonized over by millions around the world.

Football and debtupdated: Fri Oct 10 2008 11:53:00

Football is feeling the heat of the credit crisis. CNN's Pedro Pinto reports

Mosley demands F1 cuts costsupdated: Thu Oct 09 2008 10:47:00

Formula One's 10 teams have been given two years to cut spending -- or face potential ruin.

Mosley wins tabloid suitupdated: Tue Jul 29 2008 07:07:00

Formula One President Max Mosley wins a lawsuit against a British tabloid. ITN's Harry Smith reports. Mosley's Win: No 'Nazis' at the Orgyupdated: Thu Jul 24 2008 14:50:00

The Formula One chief wins his invasion-of-privacy lawsuit against a British tabloid for reports on sadomasochistic orgy

Tabloid: F1 chief's orgy not just 'hanky spanky'updated: Mon Jul 14 2008 09:11:00

Formula One chief Max Mosley's sado-masochistic orgy with five prostitutes was not just "hanky spanky," London's High Court has been told. Just A Little Harmless English S&Mupdated: Fri Jul 11 2008 00:00:00

Caught red-bottomed in a spanking orgy, Formula One chief Max Mosley argues there's nothing wrong with the kinky habit. Some psychologists say he may be right

Tabloid: F1 chief's orgy 'overwhelmingly Nazi'updated: Wed Jul 09 2008 14:18:00

Formula One chief Max Mosley's sado-masochistic orgy had an "overwhelming Nazi" theme, the reporter who broke the story told London's High Court Wednesday.

F1 chief orgy women reject Nazi claimupdated: Tue Jul 08 2008 13:54:00

Three of the women involved in a sado-masochistic orgy with Formula One chief Max Mosley have rejected a newspaper's claim that it had a Nazi-theme.

Mosley: German suited dominant role in orgyupdated: Tue Jul 08 2008 10:53:00

Formula One chief Max Mosley has told the High Court in London that he spoke German during a sado-masochistic orgy with five women because the "harsh-sounding" language suited his dominant role.

Stewart: Formula One needs Mosley to goupdated: Wed Jul 02 2008 05:48:00

Formula One boss Max Mosley needs to go and an executive from outside the sport appointed to lead it into the future, racing legend Jackie Stewart says.

Formula One bosses continue march to warupdated: Tue Jun 24 2008 09:46:00

Formula One is moving from one battle to the next as all out war beckons over how the sport's monetary spoils are divided.

Ecclestone raises warning of F1 breakawayupdated: Mon Jun 16 2008 11:40:00

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has issued his clearest warning yet that the teams could form a breakaway competition in the wake of the Max Mosley sex scandal.

Mosley wins confidence vote to secure positionupdated: Tue Jun 03 2008 14:22:00

Max Mosley kept his position as the head of world motor sport Tuesday after winning a vote of confidence called over allegations about his sex life. Racing Boss Gets Pass on 'Nazi' Sex updated: Tue Jun 03 2008 13:00:00

Max Mosley wins a vote to stay on as the head of motorsport's governing body despite the revelations surrounding him

D-day arrives for F1 boss Mosleyupdated: Tue Jun 03 2008 05:11:00

World motor sport boss Max Mosley's future will be decided by a vote of confidence Tuesday, two months after allegations about his sex life were published.

Mosley future in the balance as vote loomsupdated: Tue Jun 03 2008 04:06:00

Max Mosley's life has resembled the sauciest of soap operas since the end of March.

Mosley's French court action carries jail threatupdated: Fri May 30 2008 08:17:00

FIA president Max Mosley's pursuit of a second legal suit for violation of privacy in France over allegations about his sex life is much more likely to succeed than his case in England, a legal expert says.

Berger tipped to replace scandal-hit Mosleyupdated: Wed May 28 2008 11:54:00

Former Formula One driver Gerhard Berger is in the running to replace Max Mosley, the embattled FIA president, if he loses a confidence vote in Paris on June 3, according to reports.

Ecclestone sends Mosley a clear messageupdated: Fri May 23 2008 14:00:00

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has written to motor sport officials to reject claims by Max Mosley about his intentions, and turned the knife by suggesting the FIA needs a "credible and respected president."

Ecclestone warning after Mosley letterupdated: Wed May 21 2008 12:02:00

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has reacted angrily to comments from embattled FIA president Max Mosley, suggesting he is ready to fight over the sport's future.

Mosley scandal casts shadow over Monacoupdated: Wed May 21 2008 03:33:00

Max Mosley's ongoing battle to retain his job after allegations about his sex life is likely to do the one thing that has never happened -- overshadow the glitz and glamour of the Monaco Grand Prix.

McLaren boss gets apology over Mosley scandal linkupdated: Thu May 15 2008 05:21:00

Czech motor sport chief Radovan Novak has apologized for suggesting McLaren boss Ron Dennis was linked to the newspaper exposé of FIA president Max Mosley's sex life.

McLaren boss denies link to Mosley exposéupdated: Thu May 01 2008 11:21:00

McLaren boss Ron Dennis has categorically denied any involvement in the newspaper exposé that threatens Max Mosley's future as the head of Formula One's governing body.

Mosley sex scandal 'won't hurt' F1updated: Tue Apr 15 2008 06:58:00

Motor sport boss Max Mosley's alleged role in a sado-masochistic orgy with five prostitutes will have no impact on Formula One's financial success or its popularity, according to brand experts.

Experts: Mosley must go quiet over orgy claimsupdated: Thu Apr 10 2008 04:17:00

Motor sport boss Max Mosley needs a period of "dignified silence" before finding friends willing to help rebuild his image after claims about his role in a sado-masochistic orgy with five prostitutes, according to media experts.

Mosley faces confidence vote over orgy claimsupdated: Wed Apr 09 2008 10:58:00

Max Mosley, the embattled leader of world motor sport, will face a vote of confidence when its governing body meets in Paris on June 3. Formula One's 'Nazi' Sex Scandal updated: Fri Apr 04 2008 15:00:00

Max Mosley's curious S&M session has put him in the spotlight. His parents being celebrity Hitler fans doesn't help

Mosley calls meeting to stem criticismupdated: Fri Apr 04 2008 12:49:00

Max Mosley, the embattled FIA president, has called an extraordinary meeting of motor sport's governing body to try to stem the furore over his alleged role in a sado-masochistic orgy with five prostitutes.

Mosley's past highlighted by claimsupdated: Fri Apr 04 2008 08:48:00

Max Mosley may be wishing his parents were not such prominent figures in Britain during and after World War II.

Mosley under more pressure over sex scandalupdated: Fri Apr 04 2008 08:39:00

The pressure on FIA president Max Mosley is mounting after four car manufacturers released statements expressing their disappointment following allegations he was involved in a sex scandal.

Mosley faces tough battle over sex claimsupdated: Fri Apr 04 2008 08:37:00

Legal experts say Max Mosley, the embattled FIA president, is unlikely to reap much financial gain from taking legal action against a UK newspaper that published revelations of his alleged role in a sado-masochistic orgy with five prostitutes.

Mosley won't resign over sex scandalupdated: Wed Apr 02 2008 04:55:00

Max Mosley says he will remain president of auto racing's governing body despite calls for him to resign because of his role in a sex scandal.

Mosley plays down Hamilton successupdated: Wed Oct 31 2007 05:55:00

Motor sport boss Max Mosley has played down the effect that British driver Lewis Hamilton had on Formula One in his debut season this year.

F1 teams 'guilty' over GP pull outupdated: Wed Jun 29 2005 09:53:00

Seven teams using Michelin tyres who failed to start this month's U.S. Grand Prix at Indianapolis were found guilty by the FIA on two of five charges at a hearing in Paris on Wednesday.

Ecclestone may quit as F1 supremoupdated: Thu May 19 2005 06:55:00

Bernie Ecclestone is considering quitting as F1's commercial supremo for a new job with the sport's governing body, said FIA president Max Mosley.

Ecclestone offered new role in F1updated: Thu May 19 2005 05:26:00

Bernie Ecclestone has been asked to relinquish his hold on Formula One's commercial empire in a move which could unite the sport.

Chief denies FIA deal with Ferrariupdated: Mon Feb 07 2005 11:21:00

Max Mosley, president of motorsport's governing body, has denied the FIA agreed a deal with Ferrari over rule changes at a meeting shunned by the other nine F1 teams.

Pizzonia will compete for Williamsupdated: Fri Jul 16 2004 06:35:00

Brazilian Antonio Pizzonia, dumped by Jaguar last year, will make his Formula One comeback with Williams at next week's German Grand Prix.

Time-wasting drives Mosley to quitupdated: Fri Jul 02 2004 13:08:00

Max Mosley, the president of motorsport's governing body the FIA, said Friday that the time-wasting of F1 teams was a factor in his decision to step down.

Mosley to quit as FIA presidentupdated: Thu Jul 01 2004 06:46:00

Max Mosley will step down as president of the International Automobile Federation (FIA) at the end of the Formula One season, the motor sport governing body announced in a statement.

Teams agree new Formula One formatupdated: Tue May 04 2004 11:45:00

Formula One team chiefs agreed in principle to changes designed to make the sport more exciting after a meeting with FIA president Max Mosley in Monaco.

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