Billionaire Formula One (F-1) owner Bernie Eccelstone and F-1 President Max Mosley have disgraced F-1 motorsports with their neo-Nazi like S&M games (Moseley) and Ecclestone's shameless pro- Hitler remarks, praises for Saddam and the Taliban. Mosley is the son of infamous British Fascist, Oswald Mosley. He was caught on video in a Nazi S&M romp with prostitutes. Note what Times on-line report, 'F1: Hitler Remarks Touch Off Fire Storm' has to say about their outrageous interview with Ecclestone:
In an outspoken interview with The Times, the 78-year-old billionaire chastised contemporary politicians for their weakness and extolled the virtues of strong leadership.

Mr. Ecclestone said: "In a lot of ways, terrible to say this I suppose, but apart from the fact that Hitler got taken away and persuaded to do things that I have no idea whether he wanted to do or not, he was in the way that he could command a lot of people, able to get things done."

"In the end he got lost, so he wasn't a very good dictator because either he had all these things and knew what was going on and insisted, or he just went along with it . . . so either way he wasn't a dictator." He also rounded on democracy, claiming that "it hasn't done a lot of good for many countries - including this one [Britain]".
Instead, Mr. Ecclestone endorsed the concept of a government based on tyranny.
"Politicians are too worried about elections," he said. "We did a terrible thing when we supported the idea of getting rid of Saddam Hussein. He was the only one who could control that country. It was the same [with the Taliban]. We move into countries and we have no idea of the culture. The Americans probably thought Bosnia was a town in Miami. There are people starving in Africa and we sit back and do nothing but we get involved in things we should leave alone."
Mr Ecclestone, who plunged the Blair Government into a row about donations in 1997 after it emerged that he had given the party £1 million, has a reputation for being outspoken. Last month he said that Formula One needed a "black, Jewish woman who, if possible, wins some races".

In 2008 he provoked uproar when he suggested racist comments directed at Lewis Hamilton on websites in the build-up to the Brazilian Grand Prix "started as just a joke". However, he told The Times yesterday that he was deeply concerned when he saw fans "blacking up" to mock Hamilton, an act he described as racist.

Note these comments about Max Mosley and criticisms of Ecclestone from British Jewish groups and others:

Mr Mosley, the son of Sir Oswald Mosley, the leader of the British Union of Fascists, was recently accused by Formula One racing teams of being a "dictator".

Mr Ecclestone said: "I prefer strong leaders. Margaret Thatcher made decisions on the run and got the job done. She was the one who built this country up slowly. We've let it go down again. All these guys, Gordon and Tony, are trying to please everybody all the time.

"Max would do a super job. He's a good leader with people. I don't think his background would be a problem."

Mr Ecclestone's remarks last night drew a strong reaction from Jewish groups and politicians.

A spokesman for the Board of Deputies of British Jews said: "Mr Ecclestone's comments regarding Hitler, female, black and Jewish racing drivers, and dictatorships are quite bizarre. He says [in the interview], 'Politics is not for me', and we are inclined to agree."

Stephen Pollard, Editor of the Jewish Chronicle, said: "Mr Ecclestone is either an idiot or morally repulsive. Either he has no idea how stupid and offensive his views are or he does and deserves to be held in contempt by all decent people."

Denis MacShane, the Labour MP and chairman of the all-party inquiry into anti-Semitism, and chairman of the European Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism, condemned Mr Ecclestone's decision to align himself to a "growing" anti-democracy movement.
"But this fashionable contempt for the right of people to elect their own leaders is frankly frightening."
"If Mr Ecclestone seriously thinks Hitler had to be persuaded to kill six million Jews, invade every European country and bomb London then he knows neither history and shows a complete lack of judgment."
It is time for the control of this billion dollar international motor sport ruled by an aging autocrat to be turned over to a governing body composed of the racing car constructors (FOTA) and the Grand Prix Drivers Association (GPDA).

FOTA was about to start their own race series after being unable to agree to fiscal and technical terms for the 2010 F-1 racing season. At the last minute, an agreement was reached. It is time to tear up that agreement and start their own series. It is not possible to really negotiate with people who support autocratic rule. The teams involved in F1 are:

Major constructors such as Mercedes Benz, BMW, Renault, Ferrari and Toyota should be pressured to start their own series away from Ecclestone and his autocratic rule.

Whatever it takes to build a competitive organization to regulate F-1 ought to be done, so that neither Ecclestone nor Mosley will have anything further to do with this international and important sporting activity.

Perhaps a boycott by F-1 drivers protesting these scabrous remarks by Ecclestone would be a good start.