Welcome to the new Max Mosley blog. As former four-term President of the FIA, the governing body of Formula One, Max has been at the forefront of motor racing for many years, shaping the sport and campaigning for new regulations in safety and emissions. You can read more about his time as FIA President and how he got there by reading the about section on this website.
While Max is best known for his contributions to Formula One racing, he also used his position to drive forward great changes in road safety and emissions within the sport and more widely. During his 16 years as President of the F1 governing body, Max pledged to make a difference in the motoring world outside of racing and established a number of initiatives, campaigns and promotions dedicated to increasing motoring safety across the world. Most notably, he initiated and was Chairman of the European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP), a crash testing organisation that has been credited as the most cost-effective initiative in road safety in 20 years.
In 1994 Max set up the FIA Brussels office, which gave an effective voice to some 40 million EU motorists. In that same year, he was elected Honorary President of the European Parliament Automobile Users’ Intergroup. This organisation was instrumental in driving new crash testing laws through European Parliament.