Motor racing-FIA would rather talk than litigate, says Mosley


By Alan Baldwin SILVERSTONE, England, June 21 (Reuters) - Formula One's governing body may hold off on legal action against Ferrari and teams planning a breakaway series pending further talks, FIA president Max Mosley said on Sunday. "I think we would rather talk than litigate," the motor racing chief told reporters at the British Grand Prix when asked whether it was possible that a writ might not be issued on Monday. Mosley had not planned on attending Sunday's race after a flying ...

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