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VATANEN SLAMS MOSLEY

FIA presidential candidate Ari Vatanen has slammed Max Mosley for nominating Jean Todt as his preferred choice to succeed him at the head of motor sport's world governing body.

The Finnish former World Rally champion has thrown his hat into the ring to replace Mosley when he stands down from his role in October, but will face a stern challenge from former Ferrari team principal Todt, who will receive strong support from within the FIA hierarchy ahead of the election on October 23.

Vatanen, who worked under Todt when the Frenchman was head of Peugeot motorsport, believes his election rival is being presented as the "son of the king", and criticised the FIA for appearing to abandon their democratic principles in this matter.

Speaking to Italian website 422race.com, Vatanen said: "Even though Jean Todt is a good friend of mine, the FIA is not a kingdom, where a king hands over his power.

"It's very wrong that Jean is presented as the son of the king.

"Every single person who sees this says 'This is not right'. The FIA is a republic."

The FIA's recent peace agreement with the Formula One Teams' Association, which averted a breakaway series, remains a fragile one.

It is no secret that the FOTA-aligned teams - Ferrari, McLaren, Red Bull, Toro Rosso, BMW Sauber, Brawn GP, Toyota and Renault - are keen to see the back of Mosley, but the potential appointment of Todt would not signal the break with the past being sought by the rebel team bosses.

Vatanen believes the teams and motorsport fans are ready for a new direction after 16 years and four terms of the Mosley presidency, and is adamant the 63-year-old Todt cannot deliver that change.

"I'm sorry to say that, but ... Jean [as president] means that the current FIA would continue and the current system and people would more or less stay in place," Vatanen continued.

"There would be no change and that would be such an injustice to that big majority who want to have a renewed, fair, transparent FIA they can be proud of.

"Who can be proud of the FIA today? Not many people, apart from those who are benefiting from it."

He added: "I do not wish to criticise Max personally, but of course I'm objective when I assess what has happened in the FIA, because FIA is not in a very good health."
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HENRY 'COULD HAVE REACHED TOP'

The father of Formula Two driver Henry Surtees, who died after a motor racing accident at Brands Hatch, said his son "had shown himself to be one with the possibilities of reaching the very top".

Henry, the teenage son of 1964 Formula One world champion John Surtees, was airlifted to hospital following the accident at the Kent race circuit on Sunday but died shortly after.

In a statement, Surtees said: "Henry had followed his heart from the time he first sat in a kart.

"He treated seriously the balance between motorsport and school, having just finished his A-Levels.

"The world beckoned and he was thriving on the freedom to concentrate on his motorsport.

"Despite bad luck in his motorsport, he had shown himself to be one with the possibilities of reaching the very top. Despite his young age he had shown maturity, technical understanding and speed.

"Most importantly he was a nice person and a loving son. He will be deeply missed."

Henry Surtees was struck on the head by a wheel and tyre from the car of Jack Clarke, which spun into the wall exiting Westfield Bend during the second of this weekend's races at Brands Hatch, near Swanley.

He was knocked unconscious by the impact and his car collided with the barriers at the following Sheene corner.

A spokesman for Kent Police confirmed the 18-year-old had died.

He added: "Kent Police is not involved because it was a motor racing incident as opposed to anything suspicious.

"It appears it was a tragic accident."

The race was red flagged while Surtees was removed from the car and taken to the medical centre where he was prepared for his transfer to hospital by helicopter.

A spokeswoman for South East Coast Ambulance Service said it attended the incident at 1.30pm on Sunday and a man was airlifted to the Royal London hospital with head injuries.

Surtees claimed his first F2 podium finish on Saturday when he finished third in the weekend's opening race at Brands Hatch.

He secured a drive in F2 over the winter after a breakthrough year in 2008, when he contested the Formula Renault UK Championship and Winter Series, and made his debut in British Formula Three at the final round of the campaign, when he claimed a victory and a podium finish for Carlin in the National Class.

His father is famously the only man to have won world titles on both two and four wheels.

He claimed multiple 500cc motorcycle world championships before winning the F1 crown with Ferrari in 1964.

The 75-year-old also fielded his own Team Surtees cars in F1, F2 and Formula 5000 in the 1970s.

Three-time World Touring Car champion Andy Priaulx also paid tribute to Surtees, adding that his death brought into sharp focus the ever present dangers in motor racing.

"Our sport can be cruel, but never crueller than when it claims a life," said Priaulx, who was at Brands Hatch yesterday contesting the eighth round of the WTCC season for BMW.

"It is a tragedy when this happens and yesterday we witnessed this at Brands Hatch.

"Henry Surtees was a fine young man on the verge of his career in the sport, who I had the pleasure to tutor when he was racing in Formula BMW.

"His death highlights the dangers that we face.

"My heart goes out to his parents, Jane and John Surtees. John is one of my motor racing heroes who has achieved so much over his life in the sport.

"As a driver and also a father of a son who may one day want to follow my footsteps into the sport, it is hard to imagine coming to terms with such a loss."

Motor sport's world governing body, the FIA, also extended its sympathies to the Surtees family in a statement released on Monday morning.

"Following yesterday's tragic accident, the FIA extends its sincere condolences to the family and friends of Henry Surtees," it read. "Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time."
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Formula Two chief executive Jonathan Palmer has confirmed a detailed investigation will be launched into the accident which claimed the life of teenage driver Henry Surtees at Brands Hatch on Sunday.

The son of 1964 Formula One world champion John Surtees died after being struck by the loose wheel from the car of Jack Clarke while travelling at 120mph on the ninth lap of the race at the Kent circuit.

The 18-year-old was knocked unconscious by the impact and his car continued straight on at Sheene Curve, hitting the tyre barrier.

Palmer today confirmed that the fatal injury occurred in the collision with the wheel and that the impact at the following corner did not contribute to his death.

With the race red-flagged, Surtees was removed from the car, stabilised and air-lifted to the Royal London Hospital, where he was found to have suffered a major head injury that was not survivable.

In a lengthy statement released this afternoon, former grand prix driver Palmer vowed lessons would be learned in the wake of Sunday's "freak accident".

"There will of course be a detailed investigation into the accident that claimed Henry's life and we will do everything possible to understand exactly what happened and why, and see what can be learnt from this freak accident in the continual quest to make motor racing safer," said Palmer.

"It is perhaps ironic that John Surtees competed for many years at the highest levels of motorsport on both four wheels and two at a time when safety was given little consideration, but his son Henry should lose his life at a time when driver safety has never been greater."

Palmer gave a staunch defence of the high safety standards in Formula Two, which was only relaunched at the start of this year following a 25-year absence.

Formula One-style wheel tethers, designed to reduce the risk of tyres coming loose in an accident, are mandatory in the series, but Palmer admitted the system was not 100% effective.

"The Williams F1-designed Formula Two cars comply with the FIA 2005 F1 safety standards including the fitment of wheel tethers to reduce the risk of wheels coming off in accidents," Palmer continued.

"The F2 car also includes the latest F1 standards of driver head protection with high cockpit sides and lateral deformable structures.

"As with F1, however, wheel tethers cannot provide an absolute guarantee that a wheel will not come off in an accident and in a single seater race car the front of the head is inevitably exposed to the risk, however small, of being hit by another car or component."

Palmer believes Sunday's accident, which came a day after Surtees had claimed a maiden F2 podium in the opening race at Brands, has robbed the motor sport of a considerable talent.

"Henry had joined Formula Two for this first season of the new championship and had immediately impressed with a pace, focus and maturity that belied his young age of 18 years," he said.

"Henry made a big mark in just four events and looked very likely to be a winner in F2 in the future and maybe even F1.

"I am absolutely devastated that Henry lost his life.

"This is the saddest time in my 35 years of motor racing and my deepest sympathies are with father John, mother Jane and their daughters Edwina and Leonora, together with other family and friends."

John Surtees, famously the only man to win world titles on both two wheels and four, earlier paid a moving tribute to his son, saying he "had shown himself to be one with the possibilities of reaching the very top".

"Henry had followed his heart from the time he first sat in a kart," he said.

"He treated seriously the balance between motorsport and school, having just finished his A-Levels.

"The world beckoned and he was thriving on the freedom to concentrate on his motorsport.

"Despite bad luck in his motorsport, he had shown himself to be one with the possibilities of reaching the very top. Despite his young age he had shown maturity, technical understanding and speed.

"Most importantly he was a nice person and a loving son. He will be deeply missed."

Motor sport's world governing body, the FIA, also extended its sympathies to the Surtees family in a statement released this morning.

"Following yesterday's tragic accident, the FIA extends its sincere condolences to the family and friends of Henry Surtees," it read. "Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time."
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BUTTON LOOKING FOR HOT PERFORMANCE

Jenson Button is looking to turn up the heat on the track this weekend in boiling Budapest.

After being subjected to cool temperatures at Silverstone and the Nurburgring over the past two grands prix, Button has struggled in his Brawn GP.

The Briton has seen his lead at the top of the drivers' standings cut to 21 points ahead of Sebastian Vettel, with Red Bull Racing team-mate Mark Webber a further 1.5 points adrift.

The duo dominated the British and German races, taking advantage of the lack of performance from the Brawns by scoring one-twos.

But with temperatures set to soar to 35 degrees centigrade in the Hungarian capital over the next few days, that should play into the hands of Button and Brawn.

Returning to the scene of his maiden grand prix victory three years ago, Button said: "Hungary is always one of my favourite races.

"Even more so this year as it should finally be a return to some real summer temperatures.

"The circuit holds some very special memories for me as the venue of my first Formula One win three years ago.

"It's fantastic to be going back there with the chance to compete for the win again.

"I've been at home in Monaco for the past week concentrating on my training.

"But I know the guys at the factory and at Mercedes-Benz have been working really hard on our latest upgrade package and I just can't wait to get back in the car."

Team principal Ross Brawn has been left frustrated by the way his cars have struggled of late following Button's storming start to the season, when he won six of the first seven races.

In particular, Red Bull have slashed Brawn's previously mammoth lead in the constructors' championship down to only 19 points.

Although concerned, Brawn is optimistic normal service - at least from his team's perspective - will be resumed at the Hungaroring.

"At the last two races we have not been able to achieve the full potential of our car at the same time as our competitors have taken a good step forward," remarked Brawn.

"However, we are confident the inherent performance of the car demonstrated during the first half of the season has not disappeared and the problems that we faced were unique to the circumstances of those races.

"Our focus now is to maximise the performance that we know is in the car whilst continuing to develop improvements which will maintain our championship challenge.

"We have a significant aerodynamic upgrade for the race in Budapest, which will bring performance gains in efficiency, downforce and aero balance.

"But we face a fierce battle and we must continue to improve for the rest of the season.

"The team has faced many challenges to arrive where we are today and I am confident we have the people and resources, plus two excellent drivers, to respond and fight to maintain our position of leading the constructors' and drivers' championships."
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GLOCK HUNGRY FOR SUCCESS

German driver Timo Glock is optimistic about his chances of a repeat performance in the Hungarian GP this weekend.

The Toyota racer claimed his first F1 podium position when he finished second at the Hungaroring in 2008 and, as he gears up for a return to Budapest, he is hoping to pick up some points again.

"Obviously Hungary is a special race in my career after the podium there last season," he said.

"That was the first of several strong points finishes for me and I hope another competitive weekend there can get the ball rolling again this year.

"I am in a positive mood and optimistic I can score again."

Glock did not make the podium when he headed to his homeland for the German GP earlier this month, but he was pleased with his performance.

"It was disappointing to just miss the points at the last race, especially in front of my home fans, but I made up 11 places after starting from the pit lane so we have the potential to finish much higher," he said.

"One of my targets this weekend will be to get a perfect lap in qualifying because that has been an issue in the last couple of races for various reasons.

"Lap times are really close this year so, if you are a tenth or two off your maximum pace in qualifying, you can drop a few positions and that makes life harder in the race.

"We'll be pushing as hard as possible and I am sure we will bounce back."
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VATANEN CONTINUES TODT ASSAULT

Ari Vatanen's aggressive outburst against Jean Todt has continued with the Finn accusing his rival of running a FIA-funded presidential campaign.

Vatanen was in no way enamored with outgoing president Max Mosley's endorsement of Todt last week, and insists that the FIA needs a fresh face at its helm - something he believes Todt would not be.

"The big, big majority of people involved in the FIA are not happy with the current state of affairs," Vatanen told Italian website 422race.

"FIA is not in a very good health," he added.

The former World Rally Championship winner believes that the FIA "needs a total renovation" and that Todt is being favoured in the race for the FIA presidency.

"Jean goes with a private plane with his girlfriend, supposedly as a FIA representative, to various parts of the world," said the Finn.

"In fact, he is doing a campaign totally supported and paid of FIA."

While the FIA's club representatives of Spain and Germany have yet to endorse a candidate Vatanen is confident that he has the members support.

"I'm just back from Spain and both the big Spanish clubs are behind me, the ADAC club (of Germany) is behind me, as is the biggest club in the world, the (American) AAA, in the person of his president Bob Dalbernet."

The 59-year-old refused to criticise Max Mosley directly but suggested that not enough attention had been paid to the giants of the sport such as Ferrari as the FIA looked to implement budget cuts.

"Ferrari is the most successful business concept in the automotive world and we must learn from the best practice in life," said Vatanen.

"Had they gone to a parallel championship, it would have been a disaster, but it would have been because they were obliged to go.

"They did not want to go, because it would have been lot of work for them, but it was reasonable," he added.

Vatanen has come out in support of FOTA in te past, and while he admits he is sympathetic to the plight of the manufacturers alliance he insists he is no way a "puppet" of the organisation.
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ALONSO THE 'LOGICAL' CHOICE - WEBER

Willi Weber, the man who oversaw Michael Schumacher's successful career at Ferrari, has urged the Italian team to sign Fernando Alonso.

The former World Champion has persistently been linked with a move to the Maranello-based outfit and Weber, who now managers Williams' young sensation Nico Hulkenberg, that Ferrari should certainly move for the Spaniard.

"I don't know it for sure, but it would be the logical change for both sides," Weber told Sport Bild.

"Fernando Alonso is the best driver in the world currently. If I had any input with Ferrari I would put him under contract immediately, and I suspect they see it exactly the same way," the German added.
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Willi Weber, the man who oversaw Michael Schumacher's successful career at Ferrari, has urged the Italian team to sign Fernando Alonso.

The former World Champion has persistently been linked with a move to the Maranello-based outfit and Weber, who now managers Williams' young sensation Nico Hulkenberg, that Ferrari should certainly move for the Spaniard.

"I don't know it for sure, but it would be the logical change for both sides," Weber told Sport Bild.

"Fernando Alonso is the best driver in the world currently. If I had any input with Ferrari I would put him under contract immediately, and I suspect they see it exactly the same way," the German added.
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MALLYA EYEING POINTS IN HUNGARY

Force India owner Vijay Mallya is adamant his team were no one-hit wonders in Germany as he firmly believes they will soon break their points duck.

After qualifying a career and team-high seventh at the Nurburgring, Adrian Sutil should have ended Force India's long wait for a top-eight finish.

However, as in Monaco last year, Kimi Raikkonen again proved to be the German's undoing as the Finn collided with the 26-year-old as he exited the pit lane at the midway point of the 60-lap race.

Forced into an immediate return to the pits for repairs, Sutil eventually trailed home 15th, 13 seconds behind eighth-placed Heikki Kovalainen, and a case of what might have been.

But armed with the belief his team are the most improved on the grid this year, Mallya feels it is a case of when - not if - they grab a point or two, potentially at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix.

"We always said the first few races would be compromised by the late signing of the McLaren and Mercedes deal (for engines)," said Mallya.

"But since then we've been introducing new upgrades, and each one has been a step forward.

"We had hoped this progress would be reflected in Silverstone, but due to events on track, we couldn't show the full potential.

"In Germany this is what you saw. I am confident that Germany was not just a one-hit wonder for us.

"Over the course of the season we've calculated we've improved by something like 1.7seconds, which I don't think any other team has done.

"It's been done by solid hard work and not just getting lucky.

"In Germany, Adrian had a superb qualifying and, as we saw in Q3, even on a very heavy fuel load, he was one of the quicker cars.

"In the dry race both Giancarlo (Fisichella) and Adrian were able to lap quickly and keep pace at various times with the Ferraris, Renaults and McLarens.

"So we're not just competitive in the wet, we're genuinely on the pace now."

It is why Mallya's disappointment at seeing Sutil again collide with Raikkonen was, although painful at the time, fleeting.

"In that split second when Kimi and Adrian came together, of course the whole team was disappointed and those memories of Monaco 2008 came forward," addressed Mallya.

"All the same I don't think we can be downhearted about the weekend performance and dwell too much on that point.

"We qualified in the top 10, we raced in the top five and we went some way to shirking off this reputation of being the backmarkers who only get seen while being lapped.

"I genuinely feel we are Q2 contenders for the rest of the season, and with Hungary being a circuit where qualifying is so crucial, we're in with a shot of a good finish.

"We're so close to points we can almost touch them. It has to be soon."
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TODT HITS BACK AT VATANEN

Jean Todt has taken a swipe at Ari Vatanen as the countdown continues towards the FIA presidential elections.

Earlier this week, Vatanen accused Todt of being "presented as the son of the king" after current president Max Mosley fully endorsed the Frenchman as his successor.

Arguably correct on that score, Vatanen then claimed Todt and model girlfriend Michelle Yeoh had been travelling the world on behalf of the FIA Foundation, paid for by motor sport's world governing body.

That has prompted former Ferrari team principal Todt into a equally harsh response, with the 63-year-old reminding Vatanen of his role and responsibilities in being a candidate.

"We are three months away from the election of a new president of the FIA," said Todt.

"This period gives the FIA membership an important opportunity before making their choice to reflect on the Federation's achievements, its future goals and challenges.

"I would hope that all candidates will conduct their campaigns with dignity and avoid personalising the issues, or engaging in the spreading of disparaging or false allegations.

"I am very proud of the voluntary work Michelle Yeoh has done as the global ambassador for the Make Roads Safe campaign."

Todt feels former World Rally champion Vatanen should have learned more from his past 10 years as a Member of the European Parliament.

Todt added: "In future I hope that all candidates can stick to the issues and respect the integrity of this democratic process."
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