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Dear Mr. Mosley,

We, the undersigned, would like to register our utter disgust at the FIA for failing to deal sensibly with the crisis situation that arose during the weekend of the 2005 United States Grand Prix, and in the process ruining the enjoyment for millions of fans the world over. By refusing to accept the suggestions offered by the Michelin teams, as well as Jordan and Minardi, that would have allowed a full, 20 car race to go ahead, and by offering no suggestions of their own that weren't completely impractical and/or unsafe, the FIA left the seven Michelin teams with no choice but to pull out of the Grand Prix in order to avoid putting the lives of drivers and spectators at risk.

Considering that the FIA claims safety is its topmost priority, we, the undersigned, would like to register our absolute disbelief that the FIA would attempt to punish the seven Michelin teams for refusing to race in clearly unsafe circumstances. We would like to register even greater disbelief that the FIA would make the completely ludicrous suggestion that the drivers of the seven Michelin teams slow down around the final corner of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. We know for a fact that the FIA realises the danger posed to other drivers by a competitor braking on an inappropriate part of the circuit, as demonstrated by the punishment given to Juan Pablo Montoya at this year's Monaco Grand Prix. Encouraging teams to engage in similarly unsafe behaviour, and threatening them with lawsuits for refusing to do so, is the height of hypocrisy.

Seeing that the 2005 United States Grand Prix eventually went ahead with only six cars competing, we can only assume that the FIA does not care in the slightest about the fans of the sport. Considering that the FIA is laying the blame for the fiasco on the teams, who could not possibly have raced under the circumstances, we are forced to conclude that the FIA, under current "leadership," is incapable of taking responsibility for its own actions. The fact that the FIA appears to be far more concerned about pedantically upholding regulations, that it itself has put in place, than fulfilling its obligations to the general public and to the sport's many sponsors demonstrates only that, under its current management, the FIA is unfit to govern Formula One. As a result, we call on you to resign immediately before even more damage is done to a once presigious sport.

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