Mosley gives Silverstone green light

MARCH 29, 2002

Mosley gives Silverstone green light

MAX MOSLEY told the BBC's Hard Talk program that the British GP is not under threat from the proposed race in Moscow.

Mosley did not say which race would be dropped to make way for the Russian GP but said that it would "probably be one of the European races" but added that "it's more than my life's worth to say so".

The comments will come as a welcome relief for Silverstone which has been under constant pressure in recent seasons.

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