Mosley to take on Tim Sebastian

MARCH 28, 2002

Mosley to take on Tim Sebastian

THE BBC's Tim Sebastian is famous for his direct and often abrasive interviewing techniques and his Hard Talk program has become very popular around the world as a result of the BBC World satellite channel. Sebastian has recently crossed swords with the FIA President Max Mosley, who is keen to publicize his views of the FIA's role in the environment, road safety and motorsport.

It is not yet known when the program will be screened but we understand that Mosley held up well under a barrage from Sebastian - as one would expect from a top-level politician.

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