Professional decisions should be based on one's professional activities. This rule holds good in the FIA President's case too. People are very quick to point out his wrong-doings in his personal side of life. But who's going to weigh it all against the many number of things that he has done for Formula 1's good? Apparently, not many. It's a shame really to bring someone's private life into spotlight. More so, it being used against him for political reasons.
Are his private things going to affect how effectively he operates his business in F1?
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