By Alan Baldwin LONDON, June 25 (Reuters) - Controversy and intrigue go hand in hand with Formula One and Max Mosley's exit will not end that, even if the sport can hope for a less turbulent future. Mosley, who will stand down as president of the governing International Automobile Federation (FIA) in October while relinquishing immediately his day to day involvement in Formula One, has said he can depart knowing that the sport is set for peace and stability. While the teams and FIA ...
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