More people across Europe are asking for links to web pages about them to be removed in a quest to be forgotten. But there are concerns about the actions of the search engines in hiding information, with a balance about the public's right to know ... BBC, 4 days ago
A few weeks ago Datsun was placed in the eye of a storm, a storm being whipped by none other than Max Mosley. Max, who was formerly the president of the FIA, is now associated intimately with the United Nations safety program as the president of the ...Moneycontrol.com, 1 week ago Global NCAP Calls for Urgent Withdrawal of Datsun Go Stock Nod, 3 weeks ago Global NCAP crash test Wheels, 1 week ago Here is Datsun's reaction to the zero star safety rating Women on Wheels, 2 weeks ago
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Global NCAP Chairman Max Mosley has written to Nissan Chairman and CEO, Carlos Ghosn, calling for an urgent withdrawal of the Datsun Go from the market. This follows the cars zero safety rating by Global NCAP. In addition to the poor crash test ...Citizen.co.za, 2 weeks ago Withdraw ‘unsafe’ Datsun Go from Indian market, GNACP tells Nissan Times of India, 3 weeks ago Datsun GO India: Global NCAP asks Nissan to withdraw Datsun GO from India OnCars.in, 3 weeks ago Global NCAP urges safer cars in India and China Noodls, 3 weeks ago
Marussia mechanics and engineers stand behind Jules Bianchi's No 17 car in Sochi Max Mosley, the former FIA president, believes that Marussia, who will miss the United States Grand Prix this weekend after joining Caterham as ...MSN UK, 1 month ago Second F1 team in four days folds MSN New Zealand, 1 month ago Marussia F1 Team 2014 Zeegnition, 1 month ago
Former FIA president Max Mosley believes Formula 1 will see more teams drop out of the sport if measures are not taken soon to level the playing field between the biggest and smallest teams. Speaking in the wake of Caterham and Marussia being ...Crash.net, 1 month ago 'More F1 teams could go bust' Eye Witness News, 1 month ago Ex-FIA boss warns of more F1 burnouts Gulf News, 1 month ago Max warns more teams could 'drop off' Yahoo! News, 1 month ago
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Max Mosley described Jules Bianchi's crash as a "freak accident" as F1 faced a barrage of safety questions.
Twenty years after the death of Ayrton Senna, Formula One awoke from a sleepless night in Suzuka to face a barrage of questions on Grand Prix safety. In the wake of Jules Bianchi's life-threatening accident in Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix, it was ...IAfrica.com, 1 month ago Bianchi had a 'freak accident' - Mosley IAfrica.com, 1 month ago MOTORSPORT: F1 crisis two teams in administration Car Point, 1 month ago Formula One Management battles social media to remove Jules Bianchi crash video Auto Week, 1 month ago
Former FIA president Max Mosley has described the crash that left Jules Bianchi in a life-threatening condition on Sunday as a "freak accident". Mosley, who was instrumental in improving safety after the deaths of Ayrton Senna and Roland ...Times Live South Africa, 1 month ago Max Mosley Q Sky Sports, 1 month ago
Oct 28, 2:35 pm London, Oct 28 ( ANI ): Former FIA president Max Mosley believes that Marussia and Caterham may not be the last teams to suffer from the high costs of racing in Formula One. Marussia were put into administration on Monday, ...Ani News, 1 month ago
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Max Mosley says high costs could see Formula 1 lose more teams Marussia and Caterham "may not be the last" teams to suffer from the high costs of racing in Formula 1, according to former FIA president Max Mosley. "From a sporting point of view, the ...Austin American Statesman, 1 month ago
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