FEBRUARY 21, 2001
Mosley to stand for third term as president of the FIA
MAX MOSLEY said on Tuesday that he will stand for a third-term as president of the FIA in October.
Mosley, whose second-term will end this year, said that he will stand for the presidency but did not say whether anyone is standing against him.
Mosley, who started his first four-year term as president of Formula One's governing body in 1993, said if he is re-elected it will be his last term as president.
A decision on the presidency will be made at the FIA World Council's meeting in October.
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