F1 chief's son found dead
FORMULA One chief Max Mosley's son has been found dead, it has emerged.Alexander Mosley, 39, was discovered dead at a property in Notting Hill, west London yesterday.
FORMULA One chief Max Mosley's son has been found dead, it has emerged.
Alexander Mosley, 39, was discovered dead at a property in Notting Hill, west London yesterday. The death is not being treated as suspicious.
The Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) has issued a statement offering its condolences.
It said: “The FIA extends sincere condolences to the Mosley family on the sad news of the death of Alexander Mosley.
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“Our thoughts are with Alexander's family and friends, and we would request that the media respect the Mosley family's privacy at this difficult time.”
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