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GP Week : Issue 52
> F1NEWS> he Fia With Max Mosley’s Presidency of the FIA appearing close to its end, who could take over the role? In a special news analysis, WILL BUXTON rates the candidates Jean Todt Nationality: French Current Role: President of eSafetyAware (FIA initiative) Prospects: Tipped by Mosley as his successor, Todt has been linked with the job for many years. His appointment, however, would cause huge discontent in Formula 1, and given how influential the championship has shown itself to be in FIA terms over the last week, Todt’s appointment now looks less likely. With Mosley’s authority dwindling, Todt has gone from the favourite to the outsider. Ari Vatanen Nationaity: Finnish Current Role: Politician Prospects: After a brilliant and successful racing career that saw him take the WRC title and four Dakar victories, Vatanen moved into politics and became an MEP. He recently lost his seat in the 2009 elections leaving him at a loose end. Neutral, politically minded and a racing champion, Vatanen is an outside shot, and a popular one with the fans. He’s already got a Facebook group calling for his Presidency of the FIA. 9