Motor racing-Michelin chairman rebukes FIA's Mosley


By Alan Baldwin LONDON, June 28 (Reuters) - Michelin chairman Edouard Michelin has rebuked Max Mosley, head of Formula One's governing body, for "erroneous" allegations about the tyre company after the U.S. Grand Prix fiasco. "I feel necessary to let you know how discontented I was of both the nature of your contentions -- which are based on mere allegations -- and the suspicious and inappropriate tone employed," he said in a letter to the International Automobile Federation (FIA) ...

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