Mosley to make keynote address at Monaco Forum

Max Mosley, President of the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile has confirmed that he will deliver a Keynote address at the 2006 Motor Sport Business Forum. Mosley will offer an invaluable insight into the future of the FIA Formula 1 World Championship, one which will involve one of the biggest technological advancements in the sport's history. With the inclusion of new ecologically-friendly regulations, it is a future that promises many benefits for all those involved from drivers and manufacturers to the sponsors and the fans.

"Formula 1 now finds itself on the threshold of a new era of technological relevance," says Mosley. "Energy-efficiency has already been earmarked as the future of the multi-billion dollar global automotive industry and Formula 1 will now help to accelerate this process. It is a move that will affect every industry involved in Formula 1 and will change the whole ethos and outlook of our sport."

Other speakers include F1 team principals Nick Fry, John Howett, Colin Kolles and David Richards, who will join F1 driver David Coulthard and Vodafone's head of global sponsorship Peter Harris for a question and answer panel session about the sport and its commercial future.

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