Ferrari hit out at Mosley ‘holy war’
Ferrari have launched a new attack on former FIA president Max Mosley ahead of the Formula One season.
The team have criticised motor sport's world governing body, and in particular Mosley, as two of the new teams for 2010 struggle to make the opening grand prix in Bahrain next month.
In a column on the team's official website called ‘The Horse Whisperer', Ferrari lament the fact only 11 of the 13 teams scheduled to enter this season's championship have so far tested.
It adds: “This is the legacy of the holy war waged by the former FIA president.
“The cause in question was to allow smaller teams to get into Formula One.”