By Alan Baldwin PARIS, June 29 (Reuters) - Formula One's governing body hit back at Michelin on Wednesday while welcoming the French tyre company's offer to refund U.S. Grand Prix fans for the Indianapolis fiasco. In a letter to company chairman Edouard Michelin, International Automobile Federation (FIA) president Max Mosley made clear his disagreement with their version of events. "We cannot agree with your claim that Michelin did the maximum to preserve a true and safe race," he ...
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